If you are aware of other useful resources we should add to this list, do get in touch with your subject librarian.
Cambridge University Library holds some 12,500 early Dutch books either printed in the Netherlands before 1801 (in any language), or Dutch-language works printed abroad during the same period. See more information on 'Dutch Collections (pre-1801)' webpage.
The Language Centre receives Dutch television by satellite and has a dedicated Dutch website with details of resources including courses, dictionaires, films, grammar, reading, reference and external links. A further important resource for independent language study is the Faculty's Computer-Assisted Language Learning Facility (CALL). The long-term aim of the CALL Facility, which opened in 1997, is to integrate computing into MML's teaching and research. Dutch-related resources on the World Wide Web may also be accessed from the CALL Facility web pages.
There is also the Virtual Dutch website, a collaborative effort from Sheffield University, UCL and Cambridge University where you can find "study packs" on language, history of the language and Dutch literature from the Middle Ages up to the 21st century.
Students of Du5 may also be interested in the Association for Low Countries Studies in Great Britain and Ireland.