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Divinity Faculty Library

Services for Current Members of the University of Cambridge and CTF only


We are open - by appointment - only!

Last update: 11/11/2020, 11:03

We will continue to provide our services
throughout the national lockdown.

All our services are only available for
current members of
the University of Cambridge, or
the Cambridge Theological Federation!

You must book an appointment to
enter/use the Library.

We cannot permit
any
walk-ins at the moment.

You can collect (if you requested them as "Click & Collect", see below), or
return books, without an appointment:
Mon-Fri: 9:15-13:00 plus 14:00-16:15.

 All our services are subject to change, due to the nature of evolving restrictions in response to COVID-19. We want to try to keep us and you safe!



Divinity services for current members of the University

  • click & collect (for items which are not borrowed by someone else; up to 7 volumes) [last updated 28/10/2020, 11:35]
  • browse & borrow (times need to be booked)
  • book a seat (times need to be booked) [trial]
  • Return books (in person: Mon-Fri 9:15-13:00 plus 14:00-16:15; via drop-box) [last updated: 21/10/2020, 12:36]
  • scan & deliver service for items which are either not held by the UL (but are available at the Divinity library) or which are missing or borrowed at the UL (but available at the Divinity library). Requests get routed through the UL's service/form.

  • Weekly Zoom meetings: Wednesdays in Michaelmas Term, at 3pm, on Zoom. Please contact us for joining info.

  • Today's bookable services
We provide regular updates through our Twitter account and this web page. Please always check this page before assuming any of our services will run.

Online training and support

During these unprecedented times you might find links to some of our online training useful. We will continue to support you as much as we can!


Ebooks available at University of Cambridge

All purchased ebooks are available via iDiscover. More are being added all the time!


Temporarily accessible ebooks/ejournals