In this section, you will find key information and advice on using the MMLL Library in 2021/22.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed some ways of accessing the Library and its resources. We are fully committed to the safety of library staff and users, and follow Public Health England, government and university advice to ensure the safe and smooth running of our services. Please read the following pages of this LibGuide carefully to familiarise yourself with the changes to the library space and services:
Please remember to keep to the left throughout the Raised Faculty Building and the library space. Please also observe the 2 meter distance throughout the library space where possible. Face coverings are recommended in all Cambridge University Libraries unless you have a medical exemption; please remember to bring a face covering with you when you visit the Library. You can find out more on the dedicated University webpages for Covid-19 mitigation. Thank you!
MMLL Library provides a range of services in 2021/22. These services may be subject to change, so please be sure to check emails from your librarians, and monitor updates on the library website. You can also follow us on social networks to be informed of the latest changes. If you have any questions about the library services, or your circumstances make it difficult for you to access resources for your studies, don't hesitate to get in touch - we are here to help you!
Click on the links to find out more about the service:
Subject Specialist support
You can contact a relevant MMLL Library subject specialist for one-to-one appointments to get more information on materials specific to your studied language, and have your questions answered. See the 'E-Resources' and 'Curated Resources' pages for a range of information on language and area resources.
See the 'Study Support' page to find out about many ways the library staff can be useful to you.
You are welcome to suggest a book or a film for purchase, using the recommendation form. Please always ask us for the things that you require for your research.