The addition of core research books, alongside journals, onto one digital platform — Oxford Academic — will further streamline access to high-quality scholarly content for the academic community, advancing research
(3 Aug 2022) Oxford University Press (OUP) has today announced the migration of its books content to Oxford Academic—the online platform for its academic research. The expansion of the platform to include books, as well as journals, will further the reach of academic resources from OUP and society partners. As it stands, more than 42,000 books and over 500,000 chapters have so far been uploaded to Oxford Academic, joining the 500 journals and approximately 3 million journal articles already hosted on the platform.
By collating core research books and journals onto one online platform, OUP is better enabling its users to rapidly share and seamlessly connect ideas that advance research. This will continue a cycle of scholarship that furthers the Press’s mission to create world-class academic and educational resources and make them available as widely as possible. The platform will be further expanded and updated over time to provide the most effective and accessible service for users and customers.
The press release is here.