This guide gives an overview of useful:
Welcome to the guide for Philosophy researchers at the University of Cambridge. Here you'll find links to a whole range of useful services and resources for your research:
iDiscover is a resource discovery tool that finds books, ejournals, ebooks and other eresources. More information on philosophy collections and making book requests is available here.
Finding Philosophy eresources
Links to useful and popular philosophy databases to find articles, papers and other eresources.
Finding theses and dissertations
Links to databases for UK and international dissertations. MPhil theses and extended essays are also available at the Issue desk to consult in the library.
Search engine for the University of Cambridge archives. The Directory of HPS-related special collections also lists the locations of papers of a number of philosophers.
How to reference
Guide to referencing and citation tools.
How to keep up to date with new publications
Tools such as alerts and RSS feeds.
There is plenty of training and support available for researchers at the university. The following links will help you find the courses available:
There are more than 100 libraries across the University. You may use and borrow from most of these.
During vacations you may also use other University libraries through the SCONUL access scheme.
Upload your manuscript to Symplectic Elements to make it open access and eligible for the next REF!
The Open Access team will check funder and journal policies and advise on how to comply with funder requirements.