The University Library has set up your free trial access which is available until 7 February 2013.

This trial provides the Oxford Handbook series in 14 disciplines across the humanities and social sciences. One of the most prestigious and successful strands of Oxford’s scholarly publishing, OHO contains in-depth, high-level review articles by scholars at the top of their field. With a state of the art platform, articles appearing in advance of print and born digital content, ‘Oxford Handbooks Online’ ensures the most current authoritative coverage anywhere.

Site Access Information

To start using ‘Oxford Handbooks Online’: visit Users accessing the site via registered IP addresses will be automatically authenticated. Once you are authenticated, you can begin to access your trial immediately.  Get the most out of your trial by perusing the latest updates, viewing the online tutorial or visiting our Help section for quick answers to many common questions you might have.

Give us your feedback

The University Library is curious to know your opinions on the following 2 aspects:

  1. User friendliness of Interface: general impression / search options / help screens / response time / search results
  2. Substantive relevance & value: are Oxford Handbooks Online a useful addition to the current library collection?

Please use the mailform below to inform us when you think this database has added value for you, and whether the library should have permanent access.  That way you enable the library committee to decide upon future access to Oxford Handbooks Online. You can also use this form if you have questions, feedback (during or after the trial) or any other comments.

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Thanks in advance for your cooperation!





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