Learn more about the home of academic research from Oxford University Press

Oxford University Press has migrated its major research books collections to the Oxford Academic platform. Books from Oxford Scholarship Online, University Press Scholarship Online, Very Short Introductions, Oxford Medicine Online, Oxford Clinical Psychology, and Oxford Handbooks Online, as well as the AMA Manual of Style, now sit alongside journals in a single place.

Current customers should review our detailed migration checklist and Frequently Asked Questions document.

For more information about the migration, watch the video below or view this infographic.

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New Training Resources Now Available

Oxford Academic Training Video

Available now, this video tour of the new Oxford Academic platform introduces key features, including:

  • Log-in options
  • Site structure
  • Books landing pages
  • Video and multimedia resources
  • Institutional account management
  • Content searches and usage 

Training Webinars

We have several training webinars scheduled throughout July to provide you with an overview of the Oxford Academic platform and the Oxford Academic account.

Visit our Librarian Resource Centre to sign up for one of our training webinars, ‘Books Collections on the Oxford Academic Platform’.

If you would like a training session but cannot attend one of our scheduled webinars, please contact customertraining@oup.com.

Contact Us

If you have any queries, please contact us using the details below.

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