Cambridge University Press can issue licences to education institutions
to enable them to make all or part of certain Cambridge publications
available via a secure Intranet for teaching purposes.
CD-ROMs Check the conditions of sale of the CD-ROM to see
whether networking (on a secure Intranet) is permitted (an alternative
network version may be available) or for information about how to
obtain the appropriate network licence. Otherwise, submit a request
in writing by completing the Networking Request Form and sending
it by facsimile, conventional mail or email to the appropriate contact
address listed below.
Printed books Network licences are available for the digitisation
and networking on secure Intranets of certain Cambridge books available
in print format only. Submit a request in writing by completing
Request Form and sending it by facsimile, conventional mail
or email to the appropriate contact address below.
Journals The majority of Cambridge journals are now available
online via Cambridge
Contact Cambridge's New
York office if your Intranet network is located in the USA,
Canada or Mexico.
Contact Cambridge's Cambridge
office if your Intranet is located elsewhere.
Note: Higher education institutions in the UK should apply
to the Copyright
Licensing Agency for permission to digitise and network a single
printed chapter or journal article. Institutions in the USA should
apply to the Copyright Clearance
Networking Request Form
Please ensure you have read the instructions above before proceeding
to the Request