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Physical Sciences: Help


There are many places across Cambridge Libraries where you can get support for whatever you need help with. Below you will find some links to further resources as well as key contacts in specific subject areas. 


CamGuides logo​CamGuides is an open educational resource designed to introduce students to study at Cambridge. Even if you have been with us a while you will find lots of tips and handy hints about finding and using information as well as details on areas such as maintaining an online presence and managing your data. Use CamGuides to get an overview of a topic or to refresh your knowledge at any point.

CamGuides has sections for both undergraduate and master's students.

LinkedIn Learning

undefinedWant to develop your skills and knowledge from the comfort of your home office? The University of Cambridge now offers access to the LinkedIn Learning platform of courses. Courses cover a range of topics including how to work remotely, digital literacy skills and wellbeing as well as 'just for fun' courses such as creative writing and art. Explore the whole range on the dedicated LinkedIn Learning page.


LibAnswers logoThe Cambridge LibAnswers service offers library expertise at your fingertips! You can search for answers to your questions in our FAQ database or if you can't find what you are looking for you can email or chat to someone to find the answer. You can access LibAnswers at any time by selecting the orange tab on the right of the guide screen or by visiting the FAQ bank. Note that the Library Chat service is staffed from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday. 

Ask your question using the box below to access the FAQ database:


Our colleagues have put together a range of helpful guides on other topics which you may find useful:

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