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SOLO limited functionality 8-11th April

SOLO will have limited functionality this weekend, from 17:00 Friday 8th April to 09:00 Monday the 11th of April. This means that you will not be able to find the shelfmark (call number) for books using SOLO. You can search … Continue reading

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Academic ebooks

Oxford University has access to approximately 540,000 academic ebooks – this blog post will explain how to find and view them. Finding ebooks Most ebooks can be found by searching SOLO as you would for a print book. SOLO will … Continue reading

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SOLO Upgrade

The software that powers SOLO, the Bodleian Libraries’ online catalogue, has now been upgraded.  While SOLO will function the same following the upgrade, the new version of the software brings with it various additional new features, many of which have … Continue reading

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Electronic Legal Deposit

You may have noticed some new search tabs in SOLO recently: From left to right: Oxford Collections – use this for searching for books and electronic resources Articles & More – use this for searching for journal articles (will link … Continue reading

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New e-book trial – EBSCO Academic Collection

Oxford University members now have trial access to EBSCO Academic Collection. This is a collection of e-books from many subject areas including Political science, Social sciences and Business & Economics. You can find the complete list of e-books available here … Continue reading

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E-books

Oxford University has access to a wide range of e-books on all academic subjects. This post will help you find the e-books you need, first by showing you how to access e-books via SOLO and also by suggesting some subject-specific … Continue reading

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