Over the past decade the Oxford Handbook series has become one of the most celebrated publishing programs at the Press. The series now spans 14 disciplines, and the titles published through it feature the world’s leading scholars and cutting-edge research.

In 2009 the series went digital with the release of Oxford Handbooks Online (OHO), which included four disciplines: business and management, philosophy, religion, and political science. A sophisticated platform for its time, OHO has been highly praised and it continues to be actively used by scholars, faculty, and students across the globe.

We have monitored site use since the initial launch and conducted several intensive research initiatives to assess the ways changing research habits were influencing how scholars, students, and our authors used the site. Our findings were compelling. First, we saw that online users are searching and browsing at the chapter level and not the book level. We also found unanimous demand for a reduction in the time between peer-review and publication. Last, we found users expect our digital program to be responsive to developments in the field.

I’m pleased to announce a bigger and better OHO redesigned to respond to the needs of the academy. The new OHO has a reengineered site design that better fits how researchers want to access the content, and we have reconceived the publishing process to include the appointment of Editors in Chief and Editorial Boards in every discipline in program.

As you flip through this digital brochure, you’ll learn all about how subscribers will benefit from a transformed site including more content, a more dynamic and faster publishing program, and an improved platform with state-of-the-art search, share, and discoverability tools, as well as information on the Editorial Board, free trials for your institution, and more.

If you are an existing subscriber, ensuring a smooth and pleasant migration over to the new OHO is a top priority for Oxford. We’re pleased to be able to offer you exclusive access to the Beta site and our Global Institutional Marketing Team has put together a step-by-step guide located at the back of this brochure to help guide you through the migration as well as a tool kit and several resources to support and help you promote OHO to your patrons.


We’re confident that you’ll be impressed with the new Oxford Handbooks Online, and I’m looking forward to your feedback.

Best Wishes,
Damon Zucca

About the Oxford Handbooks
Online Program

One of the most Prestigious and Successful strands of Oxford’s Scholarly Publishing

The first Oxford Handbook was published more than a decade ago, since then the Oxford Handbook series has become one of the most prestigious and instantly recognizable handbook series across the globe. In 2009, Oxford launched Oxford Handbooks Online (OHO) and Handbooks from the esteemed Oxford Handbooks series were available online as a collection in four subject modules – Business & Management, Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion. The relaunch of OHO expands coverage to 14 subjects on a re-engineered platform with improvements to look-and-feel, navigation at the article level, and discoverability. The redesigned site and revolutionary changes to the publishing program include monthly updates introducing articles in advance of print publication and beyond the book born-digital content ensuring the most current, authoritative coverage anywhere.

World-class Authors, Breadth and Depth of Coverage

Each Handbook offers a critical survey of the current state of scholarship in a particular field of study, creating an original conception of the field and setting the agenda for new research. Individual articles, signed by top scholars in their field, review the key issues and major debates, and provide an original argument for how those debates might evolve. In the culture of information overload these research reviews are more widely used than ever before.

To provide editorial guidance and ensure continued quality of our digital publishing, Oxford has appointed Editors in Chief and Editorial Boards to oversee each of the 14 disciplines in the program.

An Invaluable Research Resource

For Students

Scholarly review articles provide an in-depth overview of the field and provide authoritative guidance, directing students onto further related content

For Researchers and Faculty

Peer-reviewed online-first and online-only scholarly review articles ensure that scholars’ output is informed by the most recent developments in the field

For Librarians

Delivers classic works of scholarship, together with newly-published works, across 14 subject areas making scholarship more accessible and discoverable than ever before enabling librarians to streamline their collections

Oxford Handbooks Online
is now Bigger and Better

A recently re-engineered platform and revolutionary changes to the publishing program means that, for the first time, all Oxford Handbooks will be published online as well as in print. Users will benefit from an all new user experience with search at the article level, a dynamic update program delivering articles in advance of print publication, and beyond the book, born-digital content.


Bigger & Better

14 Subject Areas

14 disciplines from one of the world’s most prestigious series, including ten new disciplines digitized for the first time, provide scholars with easy access to even more scholarship via a single resource

From Peer Review to Publication

Articles will publish online immediately upon passing through Oxford’s peer review process – delivering current, scholarly thought instantaneously, ensuring that scholars’ output is informed by the most recent developments in the field

Beyond the Book, Born-Digital Content

An Editor in Chief and Editorial Board of subject experts will commission online-only articles expanding research in cutting edge topics, ensuring comprehensive coverage of fast-moving disciplines

Robust Publishing Schedule

New articles will be added monthly across subject areas, providing researchers with immediate access to new scholarship, increasing productivity and ensuring research is up-to-date and informed by current trends

Bigger & Better

State-of-the-Art Online Platform

A modern, intuitive interface, sophisticated functionality, and new user tools that respond to the evolving user needs in a rapidly-shifting online environment, provide a faster, more accurate research experience

Dynamic, Fast, and Accurate Search

Abstracts and keywords at the Handbook and article level, in combination with deep tagging and XML data, make it easier for users to find exactly the content they need, saving valuable research time

Saving & Sharing is Simple

Researchers can build a personal archive of articles, searches, citations, and preferences which can be shared using a host of integrated social media tools

Discoverability Tools

MARC21 records, OpenURL, full text DOIs, and connections to the Oxford Index* increase discoverability and seamlessly link users to their library’s catalog, building awareness and usage of library resources

*The Oxford Index is a free discovery enabling users to search across Oxford’s digital academic offerings from a single point of entry. Learn more at oxfordindex.oup.com

Oxford Handbooks Online continues to bring to online research the innovation and quality assurance that are expected from Oxford University Press. Feedback from librarians and users inspired revolutionary changes to the program, ensuring that OHO remains a cutting-edge, essential tool for researchers at every level.

before and after table

The Oxford Handbook Series brings together the world’s leading scholars to write articles that survey the current state of scholarship in their field. The articles review the key issues, reveal original arguments and concepts, and set the agenda for new research. In the culture of information overload, these review articles are more widely used than ever before.

Revolutionary changes to the site allow OUP to introduce these articles in advance of print publication, in addition to born-digital content, ensuring that users have access to the most current, authoritative coverage anywhere in a simple, highly-discoverable format.

Anatomy of a Scholarly Review Article

Search Results Screenshot

A Broad Range of Subject Areas Available at Launch

Oxford Handbooks Online introduces 10 new disciplines in addition to four currently available through the site. Of these 14 subject areas, all of the Oxford Handbooks currently in print will be available online, bringing the total number of titles to approximately 300 and the number of available articles to nearly 10,000.

Clicking on the below links will take you to further information on the subject areas and editorial teams hosted within oxfordhandbooks.com.

Robust Update Program

Along with this substantial increase in the size of the online program, Oxford has redesigned the site itself to make it easier for users to find the material they need and to ensure that all of the content featured is reliably up to date.

Monthly updates will introduce individual Handbook chapters prior to their release in print, online-only essays on emerging areas of research and updated versions of all articles whether they originally appeared within a Handbook or are only published online.

Update Program Graphic

Oxford has appointed an Editor in Chief and an Editorial Board of leading scholars in each subject area to guide editorial development and ensure that scholarship meets the highest standards for academic quality.

This team of leading scholars will commission online-only peer reviewed articles expanding research in cutting edge topics and ensuring comprehensive coverage of fast-moving disciplines.

Click on subject areas to learn more at oxfordhandbooks.com

On November 12, 2012 Oxford Handbooks Online will relaunch on a revitalized platform with state-of-the-art functionality. This final chapter of the digital brochure is a step by step guide designed to help subscribers transition over to the new site as seamless as possible.

As soon as you move to the new OHO, your subscribers will immediately benefit from the following:

  • A modern, intuitive interface with sophisticated functionality, and new user tools facilitating easier, more efficient navigation
  • Expanded search criteria and abstracts and keywords at a Handbook and article level, in combination with deep tagging and XML data, allowing users to better discover and narrow down their search to a specific article or topic
  • Personalization, integrated social media, site tutorials and videos now readily accessible from any page, improving the overall research experience
  • MARC21 records, OpenURL, full text DOIs, and connections to the Oxford Index* increasing discoverability and seamlessly linking users to the library’s catalog, building awareness and usage of library resources

    *The Oxford Index is a free discovery enabling users to search across Oxford’s digital academic offerings from a single point of entry. Learn more at oxfordindex.oup.com

A recently re-engineered platform and revolutionary changes to the publishing program means that, for the first time, all Handbooks will be available online as well as in print. Monthly updates introduce articles in advance of print publication and beyond the book, born-digital content ensures the most current, authoritative coverage anywhere.

As a valued customer we are happy to be able to provide flexible pricing options should you elect to upgrade and bring your collection current.


The new Oxford Handbooks Online site will become available on November 12, 2012, at which point all visitors to oxfordhandbooks.com will be presented with a screen giving them the option to either continue onto the new site or return back to the previous version of the site.

Users will have this option until February 15, 2013, enabling them to update bookmarks and links while becoming familiar with the new site. After January 2013 a redirect will be put into place for all access methods directly from the URLs of the previous site to the new Oxford Handbooks Online. Although we will be retaining the old site for the first few months of this transition, we would like to encourage all users to visit the new site as soon as possible so that they can reap the many benefits of the new platform and content.

Accessing Oxford Handbooks Online

Library Card Access The existing login URL, oxfordhandbooks.com, will remain the same.
IP Authentication Links to oxfordhandbooks.com do not need to change as these will automatically go to the new site.
Referring URL All referring URLs will automatically send users to the new Oxford Handbooks Online site.
Athens and Shibboleth If logging in via MyAthens or Shibboleth, users will automatically be sent to the new Oxford Handbooks Online site. If using WAYFless URLs you will need to contact us in order for us to provide you with new details.
Username and Password If you currently login directly to www.oxfordhandbooks.com to view Oxford Handbooks Online you do not need to do anything in order to see the new site.
EZProxy If you currently offer access via EZProxy, you will need to update your ezproxy.cfg file for Oxford Handbooks Online as follows:

Title: Oxford Handbooks Online
URL: http://www.oxfordhandbooks.com
Domain: oxfordhandbooks.com
DJ: oxfordhandbooks.com

You will not need to configure EZProxy for each individual title in Oxford Handbooks Online. Please contact us at onlinesubscriptions@oup.com if you need assistance.

Updating Links and Bookmarks

Any bookmarks to oxfordhandbooks.com will automatically direct users to the new site. Bookmarks further into the previous Oxford Handbooks Online site for specific titles will have automatic redirects in place to the new title homepage on Oxford Handbooks Online. We are unable to provide a direct mapping of entry level and public page content from the old sites to the new, so the user will need to update bookmarks manually by visiting the new site and locating the new pages. We advise that bookmarks be updated as soon as possible after launch.

MARC records and DOIs

All existing MARC records will need to be replaced upon the relaunch of the site. These records will be available to you at launch and should be replaced as soon as possible to increase discoverability of the site for your patrons.

At launch all DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) will direct users to the new version of Oxford Handbooks Online.

Please note that because all DOIs and MARC records will direct users to the new version of Oxford Handbooks Online, any user opting to use the previous version of the site will be directed to the new version of the site when using DOIs and MARC records.

Usage Statistics

COUNTER statistics will be produced from launch of the new site and will be available to download in the month after launch. We encourage you to update your links and to prompt users to use the new site so that your usage statistics accurately reflect your usage of Oxford Handbooks Online.

Browser Compatibility

All current standard web browsers will be supported, including:

  • Internet Explorer for Windows (version 7 and higher)
  • Firefox Mac and Windows (versions 3 and higher)
  • Safari Mac and Windows (versions 3 and higher)
  • Opera Mac and Windows (versions 9 and higher)
  • Google Chrome Mac and Windows

If you are currently running Internet Explorer 6 we advise you to upgrade for a better experience.

How to Market the New Oxford Handbooks Online Site
to your Patrons

Oxford University Press is here to help you through this transition; below are just a few ways that we can help you market the new Oxford Handbooks Online site to your patrons. Please contact us if we can be of any further assistance.

  • In-library support – A variety of promotional items are available to you free of charge to help you promote new Oxford Handbooks Online site within your institution. Please visit www.oxfordonline.com for additional information or contact onlinemarketing@oup.com.

  • Training Opportunities – we are pleased to offer live demonstrations and training sessions hosted by our product expert, introducing you to the new Oxford Handbooks Online. Demonstrations are conducted using a service called WebEx – all you need is a phone and a computer with an internet connection.

    On-site training opportunites can also be arranged where necessary. Please contact us at online.training@oup.com for additional details or to schedule a demonstration.

  • Guided Tour – a guided tour will be available on the site in both PowerPoint and PDF format at launch

  • Increase your usage – we would be happy to provide you with an email template, which you can then use to let your faculty know that Oxford Handbooks Online has relaunched. Please contact us onlinemarketing@oup.com for further information.

Tell us What you Think

Do you have any suggestions on how we could improve this transitional process for you? Please let us know at onlinemarketing@oup.com

As a valued customer to Oxford Handbooks Online, we are happy to offer flexible purchasing options to transition to the newly relaunched site which will include several new Handbooks and articles.

Q: I currently subscribe to Oxford Handbooks Online, what are my options?

A: You will have access to all new content within the subject areas that you already subscribe to. You will additionally have the option to subscribe to additional subjects at an unlimited-user level.

Q: I have purchased modules of Oxford Handbooks Online, what are my options?

A: You can choose to stay as you are and will only have access to the content that you have previously purchased. Additionally, you can choose to expand your collection by purchasing the rest of the newly available titles within your existing subject area (s).

Q: What new content is available?

A: The relaunch of Oxford Handbooks Online introduces two main content collections: The Foundation Collections—everything available in print up until the first half of 2012–and the Annual Collections—all new content available within a calendar year, including newly released Handbooks in addition to articles written for future Handbooks or for online-only publication.

Q: How do I purchase the Foundation Collection?

A: You can choose to purchase the complete Foundation Collection in 14 subject areas or by individual subject areas. The Foundation Collection is available at an unlimited-user level.

Q: How do I purchase the Annual Collection?

A: The Annual Collections are available by either perpetual access or subscription. You can choose to purchase or subscribe to all 14 subject areas or by individual subject areas.

Q: Can I subscribe to all Oxford Handbooks Online?

A: Yes, you can choose to subscribe to Oxford Handbooks Online and gain full access to both the Foundation and Annual Collections.

To learn more, and find a pricing option that works best for your institution, please contact your library sales representative. Please find title lists for the Foundation and 2012 Annual Collections on the following pages.

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  • Ancient Anatolia
  • Anglo-Saxon Archaeology
  • Archaeology
  • Maritime Archaeology
  • Material Culture Studies
  • North American Archaeology
  • Public Archaeology
  • Roman Egypt
  • The Archaeology of Ritual and Religion

Business and Management

  • Business and Government
  • Business and the Natural Environment
  • Business Groups
  • Business History
  • Comparative Institutional Analysis
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Critical Management Studies
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Human Capital
  • Human Resource Management
  • Information and Communication Technologies
  • Innovation
  • International Business 2nd edition
  • Inter-Organizational Relations
  • Management Consulting
  • Management Information Systems:
    Critical Perspectives and New Directions
  • Organization Theory:
    Meta-theoretical Perspectives
  • Organizational Decision Making
  • Organizational Well-Being
  • Participation in Organizations
  • Pensions and Retirement Income
  • Personnel Psychology
  • Project Management
  • Public Management
  • Regulation
  • Sociology and Organization Studies:
    Classical Foundations
  • Strategic Sales and Sales Management
  • Strategy
  • Work and Organization

Classical Studies

  • Byzantine Studies
  • Cuneiform Culture
  • Engineering and Technology in the Classical World
  • Greek and Roman Coinage
  • Hellenic Studies
  • Jewish Daily Life in Roman Palestine
  • Medieval Latin Literature
  • Papyrology
  • Roman Studies
  • Social Relations in the Roman World
  • The Bronze Age Aegean

Criminology and
Criminal Justice

  • Crime and Criminal Justice
  • Crime and Public Policy
  • Crime Prevention
  • Juvenile Crime and Juvenile Justice
  • Sentencing and Corrections

Economics and Finance

  • Banking
  • Bayesian Econometrics
  • Capitalism
  • Credit Derivatives
  • Economic Forecasting
  • Economic Inequality
  • Economics of the Biopharmaceutical Industry
  • Entrepreneurial Finance
  • Health Economics
  • International Commercial Policy
  • Judaism and Economics
  • Latin American Economics
  • Latin American Political Economy
  • Pricing Management
  • Private Equity
  • Quantitative Asset Management
  • Sports Economics, Volume 1
  • Sports Economics, Volume 2
  • State and Local Government Finance
  • The Economics of Food Policy and Consumption
  • The Economics of Peace and Conflict
  • The Economics of Religion
  • The Indian Economy
  • The Social Science of Obesity
  • Urban Economics and Planning
  • Venture Capital


  • Fascism
  • Genocide Studies
  • Iranian History
  • Latin American History
  • Modern German History
  • Modern Scottish History
  • Oral History
  • Postwar European History
  • Slavery in the Americas
  • The Ancien Regime
  • The Atlantic World 1450-1850
  • The History of Consumption
  • The History of Eugenics
  • The History of Medicine
  • World History


  • Comparative Constitutional Law
  • Comparative Law
  • Empirical Legal Research
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Investment Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Jurisprudence and Philosophy of Law
  • Legal Studies


  • Applied Linguistics 2nd edition
  • Case
  • Cognitive Linguistics
  • Comparative Syntax
  • Compositionality
  • Compounding
  • Computational Linguistics
  • Grammaticalization
  • Japanese Linguistics
  • Laboratory Phonology
  • Language and Law
  • Language Evolution
  • Linguistic Analysis
  • Linguistic Fieldwork
  • Linguistic Interfaces
  • Linguistic Minimalism
  • Linguistic Typology
  • Tense and Aspect
  • Translation Studies


  • American Literary Naturalism
  • British and Irish War Poetry
  • Children's Literature
  • Early American Literature
  • Early Modern Theatre
  • Edmund Spenser
  • Film and Media
  • Global Modernisms
  • John Donne
  • Medieval Literature in English
  • Milton
  • Modern and Contemporary American Poetry
  • Modernisms
  • Nineteenth-Century American Literature
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Shakespeare
  • The Early Modern Sermon
  • The Elegy
  • Thomas Middleton
  • Transcendentalism
  • Tudor Literature


  • Computer Music
  • Medical Ethnomusicology
  • Neo-Riemannian Music Theories
  • Philosophy in Music Education
  • Sound Studies
  • The American Musical
  • The New Cultural History of Music


  • Aesthetics
  • American Philosophy
  • Animal Ethics
  • Aquinas
  • Bioethics
  • Business Ethics
  • Causation
  • Contemporary Philosophy
  • Continental Philosophy
  • Epistemology
  • Ethical Theory
  • Free Will, 2e
  • Medieval Philosophy
  • Metaphysics
  • Philosophy and Literature
  • Philosophy and Neuroscience
  • Philosophy in Early Modern Europe
  • Philosophy of Biology
  • Philosophy of Cognitive Science
  • Philosophy of Criminal Law
  • Philosophy of Economics
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Philosophy of Emotion
  • Philosophy of Language
  • Philosophy of Mathematics and Logic
  • Philosophy of Mind
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Philosophy of Time
  • Plato
  • Political Philosophy
  • Practical Ethics
  • Presocratic Philosophy
  • Rationality
  • Skepticism
  • The History of Political Philosophy
  • The Self
  • Wittgenstein
  • World Philosophy

Political Science

  • African American Citizenship, 1865-Present
  • American Bureaucracy
  • American Elections and Political Behavior
  • American Political Parties and Interest Groups
  • American Public Opinion and the Media
  • British Politics
  • Canadian Politics
  • Church and State in the United States
  • Civil Society
  • Climate Change and Society
  • Comparative Politics
  • Contextual Political Analysis
  • Governance
  • International Relations
  • Law and Politics
  • Local and Regional Democracy in Europe
  • Mexican Politics
  • National Security Intelligence
  • Political Behavior
  • Political Economy
  • Political Institutions
  • Political Methodology
  • Political Theory
  • Public Policy
  • Southern Politics
  • The American Congress
  • The American Presidency
  • The Politics of International Migration
  • The United Nations
  • The Welfare State
  • The World Trade Organization
  • Urban Planning
  • Urban Politics
  • War


  • Anxiety and Related Disorders
  • Auditory Science: Hearing
  • Auditory Science: The Auditory Brain
  • Auditory Science: The Ear
  • Child and Adolescent Eating Disorders: Developmental Perspectives
  • Chinese Psychology
  • Clinical Psychology
  • Comparative Cognition
  • Comparative Evolutionary Psychology
  • Counseling Psychology
  • Culture and Psychology
  • Deaf Studies, Language, and Education,
    Volume 1
  • Deaf Studies, Language, and Education,
    Volume 2
  • Eating Disorders
  • Event-Related Potential Components
  • Evidence-Based Management
  • Evolutionary Family Psychology
  • Evolutionary Perspectives on Violence, Homicide, and War
  • Evolutionary Psychology
  • Exercise Psychology
  • Eye Movements
  • Face Perception
  • Group Counseling
  • Health Psychology
  • Human Motivation
  • Hypnosis
  • Impulse Control Disorders
  • Intellectual Disability and Development
  • Intergroup Conflict
  • Internet Psychology
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Military Psychology
  • Music Psychology
  • Neuroethics
  • Obsessive Compulsive and Spectrum Disorders
  • Organizational Psychology, Volume 1
  • Organizational Psychology, Volume 2
  • Organizational Socialization
  • Personality and Social Psychology
  • Personality Assessment
  • Personnel Assessment and Selection
  • Positive Organizational Scholarship
  • Positive Psychology
  • Positive Psychology and Work
  • Poverty and Child Development
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Psychoneuroimmunology
  • Reciprocal Adult Development and Learning
  • Rehabilitation Psychology
  • School Psychology
  • Sexual Conflict in Humans
  • Sleep and Sleep Disorders
  • Social Neuroscience
  • Stress, Health, and Coping
  • The Development of Play
  • The History of Psychology: Global Perspectives
  • Thinking and Reasoning
  • Transcranial Stimulation
  • Traumatic Stress Disorders
  • Work and Aging


  • Biblical Studies
  • Early Christian Studies
  • English Literature and Theology
  • Eschatology
  • Evangelical Theology
  • Feminist Theology
  • Global Religions
  • Holocaust Studies
  • Jewish Studies
  • Methodist Studies
  • Millennialism
  • New Religious Movements
  • Philosophical Theology
  • Religion and American Politics
  • Religion and Ecology
  • Religion and Emotion
  • Religion and Science
  • Religious Diversity
  • Systematic Theology
  • The Dead Sea Scrolls
  • The Reception History of the Bible
  • The Sociology of Religion
  • The Trinity
  • Theological Ethics

This is a complete list of Handbook titles available in the 2012 Annual Collection.
Subscribers will also benefit from scholarly review articles available in advance of print.


  • Mesoamerican Archaeology
  • Wetland Archaeology

Business and Management

  • Corporate Reputation
  • Sociology of Finance

Classical Studies

  • Late Antiquity
  • State in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean

Criminology and
Criminal Justice

  • Criminological Theory

Economics and Finance

  • Economic Conflict Resolution
  • The Digital Economy
  • The Economics of Poverty


  • Food History
  • The American Revolution


  • History of International Law


  • Corpus Phonology
  • History of English


  • Holinshed's Chronicles
  • Literature and the English Revolution
  • Modern Irish Poetry
  • Shelley
  • Tudor Drama


  • Children's Musical Cultures
  • Music Education, Volume 1
  • Music Education, Volume 2


  • Aristotle
  • Contemporary Phenomenology
  • Philosophy of Death
  • Philosophy of Physics
  • Philosophy of Social Science

Political Science

  • New York State Government and Politics
  • The European Union
  • U.S. Environmental Policy


  • Environmental and Conservation Psychology
  • Feminist Multicultural Counseling
  • Happiness
  • International Psychological Ethics
  • Leadership
  • Personality Disorders
  • Prevention in Counseling Psychology
  • Psychology and Spirituality
  • Psychology of Appearance
  • Quantitative Methods in Psychology, Volume 1
  • Quantitative Methods in Psychology, Volume 2
  • Retirement Psychology
  • Sport and Performance Psychology


  • Islam and Politics
  • Jewish Ethics and Morality
  • Religion and the American News Media
  • The British Sermon, 1689-1901

Purchasing Options and Free Trials

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Transitional Process & In-library Support

Ensuring a smooth transition

If you have any queries leading up to the relaunch or suggestions about how we could improve this transitional process for you, please do not hesitate to contact us at onlinemarketing@oup.com

In-library Support

Oxford is pleased to provide you with a variety of tools to help you promote Oxford Handbooks Online in your library including:

  • Onsite and remote training opportunities
  • Online tutorials, videos, and quick user guides
  • Promotional tools including customizable email templates, posters, pens, mouse pads, and more

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Tell Us What You Think

Editorial Feedback

Oxford Handbooks Online is a partnership between the publisher and the academic community, and we invite your questions about the content. Please feel welcome to email the editors with comments, suggestions, or questions.

Oxford Research Program

The Oxford User Research Program is a longitudinal, global initiative assessing the way librarians, academics, and students discover, view, evaluate, and interact with the content. The feedback from this program informs the development and improvement of OHO to ensure a positive and valuable experience for users. If you are interested in learning more and how you can get involved in the Oxford User Research Program, please contact our Market Research Department at marketresearch@oup.com

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