All Oxford University Press Books Online FREE during National Library Week

By Bryan Deziel

In celebration of National Library Week, Oxford University Press is offering free access to all of its online resources from April 13th-19th.  Founded in 1586, Oxford University Press is the largest academic publisher in the world.  OUP’s publications are widely respected and regarded as among the most scholarly and trustworthy reference sources.  Online resources available this week include these reference sources (including the Oxford English Dictionary) as well as scholarly editions of many essential texts in the humanities.  To explore the wide range of online resources provided by OUP, follow this link: http://global.oup.com/academic/librarians/national-library-week/?cc=sa&lang=en&

 

First celebrated in 1958, National Library Week is observed annually, usually during the second week in April.  The week commemorates the important contributions of libraries and librarians and promotes the use of libraries and the pursuit of lifelong learning.  More information on this year’s National Library Week can be found here: http://atyourlibrary.org/national-library-week

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