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University Press Scholarship Online (UPSO) brings together the best peer-reviewed, quality University Press scholarship from around the world. Aggregating monographic content from leading university presses, UPSO offers an unparalleled research tool, making disparately published scholarship easily accessible, highly discoverable, and fully cross-searchable via a single online platform. Minitex members can choose any combination of Presses, subjects or uploads from the frontlist and backlist (backlist is OUP titles only) collections, providing incredible flexibility to best meet a library's needs.
Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO) is an innovative resource designed to help students and scholars find reliable sources of information across a wide variety of subjects, significantly reducing research time. Recommendations and original content by leading scholars provide expert guidance, pointing users to the best chapter, book, Journal article, website, blog, or data set available for their research. OBO's intuitive linking and discoverability tools help users locate full text content to prevent dead ends and encourage use of resources that a library has in its collection.
Oxford Digital Reference Shelf (DRS) is an exciting initiative offering libraries the opportunity to purchase electronic editions of an expanding range of Oxford's award-winning scholarly reference titles. Each title is available for one-off purchase and can be seamlessly integrated into Oxford Reference Online with full cross-searching functionality or accessed as a stand-alone resource with its own URL. The current collection of titles includes Green's Dictionary of Slang, the 2012 recipient of the Dartmouth Medal, and three of RUSA's 2012 Outstanding Reference Source winners.
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