Update: HathiTrust access ends on 30 September
Emergency online access to materials provided by HathiTrust while Bodleian Libraries sites were closed will end on 30 September 2020. Records on SOLO have been updated to advise readers of this. After access ends, books that have been available through HathiTrust will be available for borrowing again if they are loanable copies.
The Bodleian Libraries currently has Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) from HathiTrust, which provides access to 1.5 million in-copyright items and millions more public domain items available directly from the HathiTrust website and via clear links provided on relevant records in SOLO. The HathiTrust is a not-for-profit collaboration of academic and research libraries across the world and a major digital repository.
Through this arrangement, University members are able to access full text digital copies of books which exist in physical form in the libraries but cannot currently be accessed. Readers can download, in full, whole volumes of public domain books and readers with print disabilities will be able to request full book downloads on copyrighted items via ARACU.
University card holders can log in to the HathiTrust website by following the yellow login button at top right and entering Oxford into the box. Select University of Oxford to be redirected to the SSO login screen. You will need to click on the “Check Out” button on the orange bar at the top of the page for full access to specific items.
Members of the University now have online access to two more Nature journals. Both Nature Biomedical Engineering and Nature Catalysis can be access via SOLO at the following links, and via Browzine (https://browzine.com/libraries/1704/).
Considerable effort has been made to acquire additional e-resources. 5,000 new e-books have been added to SOLO with temporary access arranged to another 60,000 on top of the 1.47 million e-books and 118,000 e-journals already available remotely to members of the University.
Many MPLS reading list textbooks and heavily borrowed books have already been purchased for online access and we are working hard to find and make available online versions of as many others as we can. This includes work in progress to provide trial access to major new e-textbook platforms such as BibliU. Over and above this we are very keen to receive recommendations at email@example.com.
Here are some examples of recent purchases:
- Berscheid, E. and Regan, P. The psychology of interpersonal relationships (2005).
- Davidovits, P. Physics in Biology and Medicine (2019).
- Lewin’s Genes XII (2018). 12th ed.
- Sheehan, D. Physical Biochemistry: Principles and Applications (2009). 2nd ed.
- Claridge; Timothy D. W. High-resolution NMR techniques in organic chemistry (2016). 3rd ed.
- Raković, S. and Levine, W. S. Handbook of model predictive control (2019).
- Rudin, Alfred and Choi, Phillip. The elements of polymer science and engineering (2013). 3rd ed.
- Schwarzer, G., Carpenter, J. & Rücker, G. Meta-analysis with R (2015).
- Watts, John F. An introduction to surface analysis by XPS and AES (2020).
- Schwinger, Julian. Classical Electrodynamics (1998).
- Roscoe, Bill. Understanding Concurrent Systems (2010).
- Kelly, A. and Knowles, K.M. Crystallography and crystal defects (2020). 3rd ed.
- Siciliano B. Springer Handbook of Robotics (2016). 2nd ed.
The Bodleian Libraries have just introduced a new service called Browzine to provide easier access to online journal articles. BrowZine provides access to journals licensed by the Bodleian Libraries from compatible publishers from 2005 onwards. Articles can be accessed directly from SOLO or from the BrowZine website (https://browzine.com/libraries/1704/subjects). There are also Browzine apps for Android and iOS, and a Chrome extension which provides links to full-text content of articles while searching the web.
Readers can also set up a personal account which allows saving articles to a personal library, exporting articles to bibliographic management tools (including Mendeley and EndNote), sharing articles on social media and setting up alerts for new issues of journals.
For more information, please see https://libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/BrowZine/home.