Some key databases for business and company information:
See Subject Guides in the area of Medicine, along with the following guides:
Oxford subscribes to a large number of Bibliographic databases, which can be used to locate journal articles, conference proceedings, books and patents, by subject or by a particular author. Subscription databases can be found and accessed through OxLIP+.
Databases for All Engineering Areas
There are also many databases with a more specific subject focus:
Databases are provided on different interfaces. Most of them support the following functions:
If Oxford doesn't have an article or book, you may be able to get it through:
Google Scholar is a search engine that provides a broad search of scholarly literature. It covers multiple disciplines and sources.
Using Google Scholar off campus
To get full-text links in your Google Scholar results, you must first tell Google Scholar that you have access to the University of Oxford library subscriptions by
You will now see 'Find it @ Oxford' links next to items in your Google Scholar results that you can use to access the full-text provided by library subscriptions.