De Gruyter Humanities and Social Sciences ebooks (evidence-based acquisitions access until 6 September 2021)

Until September 6, 2021, over 72,000 ebooks in Humanities and the Social Sciences published by De Gruyter (and 20 of their publisher partners) are available via their EBA (evidence-based acquisitions) programme. All books on the list, together with new publications as they come out during the year, are available online to University members during this period, and can be found on the De Gruyter website or in SOLO. At the end of the period, we will make a selection of books based on appearance on reading lists and heavy use during the period. These selections will be added permanently to the ebook collection of the Bodleian Libraries.

Note we do not have access to all ebooks on the De Gruyter platform

Human Kinetics Library (access until 29 September 2020)

We have access to the Human Kinetics Library until 29 September 2020, courtesy of Bloomsbury.

This is a collection of ebooks and videos on sports and physical activity, published by Human Kinetics. It features over 150 ebooks, including textbooks, supplementary monographs and materials for practitioners, and over 200 videos, including demonstrations of exercise movements and explanations of key physical activity concepts.

Cambridge University Press Evidence-Based Acquisitions – Sciences and Social Sciences (access until 30 May 2021)

Over 15,000 ebooks in the Sciences and Social Sciences published by Cambridge University Press are available until 30 May 2021 via their EBA (evidence-based acquisitions) programme. These are in addition to over 21,000 ebooks in Humanities as previously announced, also available until the same date. All these books can be found on the Cambridge Core website and in SOLO.

All books on the list, together with new publications as they come out during the year, are available online to University members via SOLO during this period. At the end of the period, we will make a selection of books based on appearance on reading lists and heavy use during the period. These selections will be added permanently to the ebook collection of the Bodleian Libraries.