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Thank you for looking at CamGuides for Undergraduates. We hope that you will find it useful at this exciting time, as you make the transition to university.
It is a resource for students about to start an undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge. It doesn't matter which subject you will be studying or which college you will join. It aims to introduce you to some of the academic and information skills that you will need during your studies, as well as how and where you'll be working.
We hope that it will give you useful information on what it is like to be an undergraduate in Cambridge and help you to feel more confident about making a start on your academic work.
These pages give you information about the resource and how to get the most from it. To access the resource, click on Return to Start Page.
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The CamGuides for Undergraduates project is one of the initiatives of the Cambridge Information Literacy Network (CILN). The content has been written by a team of librarians from across Cambridge Libraries with input from current undergraduate students, supervisors and Directors of Studies; the students that appear in our videos are all current undergraduates in the academic year 2019-20. The guides are regularly updated.
We are grateful for funding support from the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning.