As we look forward to many innovative projects, we are extremely proud to inform you that Cambridge has become a pioneer institution in the introduction of the “Digital Library”. From the traditional lending and reading of library books we now have the “Digital Library” which is an exciting and adventurous step into the cyber world of words.
A digital library is a collection of documents in organized electronic form, available on the Internet or on CD-ROM (compact-disk read-only memory) disks. Depending on the specific library, a user may be able to access magazine articles, books, papers, images, sound files, and videos.
A Digital Library is an avenue of knowledge. The student has an access to a treasure trove of books just a click away. At these Digitalized reading stations a learner can read thousands of books on a variety of subjects. Famous classics to all time favourites in children’s literature can be perused in a matter of minutes. The tedium of catalogs is non existent. Students can read as well as browse through many books at the same time. A Digital Library enables the ideal of technology and imagination to come together in a perfectly well balanced manner.