Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO) is a highly selective, peer-reviewed, and continually updated article service conceived and designed for researchers and students that combines the deep knowledge of leading scholars with a contemporary online search tool. Expert recommendations have been rigorously peer-reviewed and vetted to ensure scholarly accuracy and objectivity. Features such as saved searches, personalized citation lists, and seamless links to full-text print and online content allow you to quickly and easily create syllabi, compile course texts, and find supplemental materials. RSS alerts notify you when articles and bibliographies are updated, ensuring that you're using the most current knowledge in your field. OBO helps you orient yourself within the literature and identify the leading authors, key works, major debates, and ideas that have shaped the scholarly conversation. Oxford Bibliographies are available in 41 subject modules, Lund University Libraries subscribes to four of them:
If you are new to Oxford Bibliographies you can take an online tour that will walk you through the user enhancements, let you know how an article is built, as well as giving you a quick tour around the site.
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|Name||Oxford Bibliographies Online|
|Publisher/Provider||Oxford University Press|
|Subjects included||Religion, Law, Linguistics, Music|
|Type of resource|
|Login authentication required||No, not on LU-campus. If you are off-campus you will be prompted to login via LU's Central Authentication Service (CAS) with a Student Account or LUCAT-ID.|
|Number of concurrent users||Multiple concurrent access (multiple people reading at the same time).|
|Must be borrowed||No|
|Number of days for download||- -|
|Download and read offline||Yes, if the device supports PDF format and Adobe Acrobat Reader.|
|Download to a portable device||Yes, if the device supports PDF format and Adobe Acrobat Reader.|
|Text to speech|
|Export formats||ProCite, RefWorks, Reference Manager, BibTeX, Zotero, EndNote|
|How do I suggest a purchase||Students and staff: Please contact your faculty library.
Librarians: Se Förvärv av elektroniska resurser för mer info.
|Interlibrary loan / Fjärrlån||Yes, librarians may supply another publicly funded library in Sweden (but not outside) with a single paper or electronic copy of a document for the purposes of research or private study, but not for commercial use. This can be done by post, fax or electronically. If done electronically the file must be printed out by the recieving library and the electronic file deleted immediately after printing. Please note that by ‘Document’ is meant an individual chapter, an article or other single item, but not a complete ebook.|
|Text and Data Mining (TDM) Policy||OUP recognizes the research benefit of Text and Data Mining (TDM) across a variety of research fields. As such, they are happy to accommodate TDM for non-commercial use. If you have any questions please e-mail Data.Mining@oup.com|