WISER workshops (Workshops in Information Skills and Electronic Resources) - These workshops are aimed at researchers, academic staff, research students and librarians from across the University.
The principal electronic resources for Music to which Oxford currently subscribes are:
The databases above can be accessed through OxLIP+ or SOLO and are freely available from within the University. The subscription databases are available remotely to current University members through their Single Sign-On (SSO).
There follows small selection of key online resources which are freely available. A more comprehensive list is in preparation:
A wide range of music journals is available electronically, either complete or in part. This includes not only back-runs of over 50 core journals held in JSTOR Music but many more besides. Access is through Oxford University e-Journals, Oxford's electronic journal management system, or OxLIP+. Most may also be found through SOLO.
The Libraries subscribe to a large and increasing number of e-books from a number of publishers and aggregators, including EBL, Ebrary, EBSCOhost and including series such as the Cambridge Companions, Cambridge Histories and Oxford Scholarship Online. For more information on finding, using and citing e-books at Oxford, please see the e-books LibGuide.