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Engineering: Print Collections

Information about the Department of Engineering Library, including information for researchers

Locating print collections

Print collections in the Engineering Library

Specialist print resources available from the Engineering Library include:

  • 25,000 books, including Tripos reading list material

  • 200 printed journals

  • 30,000 reports including CUED technical reports

  • Past exam papers and other Tripos materials

  • CUED PhD theses

Additionally, there are other libraries in Cambridge which may also hold useful collections for your subject. We recommend trying:

Cambridge University Library  Betty and Gordon Moore Library
Judge Business School Library Computer Laboratory Library
Architecture and History of Art Library  

All libraries Engineering Library

The easiest way to track down a specific item is by searching iDiscover.
See our list of recommended resources for students and researchers for more tailored literature search advice.
If you need journal articles, conference papers, books, reports or other items that cannot be found in any of the University libraries, we can obtain a photocopy or a loan from the British Library.
These cost between £10 and £15 per Inter Library Loan, but members of the department can make 10 requests per academic year, free of charge. More requests are possible, but you will be asked for a job number so that we can charge your project for the transaction.
Fill in the request form/copyright declaration and either return it in person, by internal post or scan and email it to cued-library@eng.cam.ac.uk

Recommendation form

If there is a book you think we should own or a journal you think we should subscribe to, email us or fill in the form below and we'll see what we can do!