The Jerwood News

Updates from the Jerwood Library Trinity Hall

Desk Clearing in the library- Maximising study space! — 23/04/2018

Desk Clearing in the library- Maximising study space!

pexels-photo-213015.jpegAs it’s exam term we have now re-introduced desk clearing in the library.

This means that from Monday 23 April, desks will be cleared of unattended belongings every two hours (between 9am and 8pm).

Desks will also be fully cleared every weekday morning with all bags, books, papers & laptops left in a specific location on each floor.

The Library is a working space for everyone. Study space is in very high demand, especially coming up to and during exam time.The Jerwood library gets very busy this term and everyone who needs to use a desk should have an equal chance to use them. This means that if you are leaving the library for an extended period (particularly overnight) you should clear the work space, or it may well be cleared for you!




New ebooks – February 2018 — 06/03/2018

New ebooks – February 2018

Lots of new ebooks just purchased!


Here is a taster of the 115 titles added to the ebooks@cambridge collection during February. These titles were purchased by, or on behalf of, department and faculty libraries within the University of Cambridge and by the University Library.

A complete list of ebook purchases is available to Cambridge library staff to download from the ebooks@cambridge section of the Cambridge Libraries Intranet.

All of the titles can be found in iDiscover. Alternatively, click on the cover image to access the title via our authenticated links.

Arts and Humanities

AMES1  MML1  Music1  MML3  English1  AMES2  Classics1  Italian1

Clinical Medicine


Humanities & Social Sciences

Educ1  Educ2  Hist1  HPS1  Land1  POLIS1  Soc1  Soc2  Soc3  Soc4  econ1  law1

Physical Sciences




Bus1  Bus2  Bus3  Bus4  Bus5  Bus6


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New e-resource: Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall — 27/02/2018

New e-resource: Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall

Great new resource for music lovers


The University of Cambridge now has access to the Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall. 

Access to the Concert Hall is via this URL:

A pop-up window will appear which prompts you to register with your email address and password or to log in with an existing account. After registering / logging in, you can view all concerts, films and interviews in the Digital Concert Hall free of charge on all supported devices from the network of your institution or from home.

Each season, around 40 concerts are broadcasted live and they can also be viewed at a later date in the concert archive.  The archive already contains hundreds of recordings with all the great artists of classical music. There are also fascinating documentaries and bonus films.

The University subscription is on the basis of 3 simultaneous users, so please logout (last option in the dropdown list under Settings) when…

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