Oxford University Press - Online Resource Centres

Online Resource Centres

Learn about Online Resource Centres

Online Resource Centres are developed by Oxford University Press (OUP) to provide students and lecturers with free-of-charge, ready-to-use teaching and learning resources.

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  • Resources are developed to complement each textbook or series and are an integral part of the product
  • Resources are tailored very closely to the book, so they can vary greatly from one site to another
  • Lecturers can save time by making use of tailor-made teaching materials which can either be used "as-is" or adapted
  • Students are given the tools to take guided control of their learning outside the lecture hall

 

To visit an Online Resource Centre, either (i) type the web address printed on your textbook into your browser, (ii) use the search box found at the top of every page on this site, or (iii) browse by subject using the menu on the homepage.

You may also like to read what some of our users have had to say about our resources: visit our feedback page to view their comments or let us know what you think by filling in the form provided. We'd love to hear what you think.

If you have any technical queries, please check our help page which lists answers to the most common questions we receive.

Please also read the Online Resource Centre Terms and conditions of use and OUP's Privacy Policy and Legal Notice (links to these pages can be found at the foot of every page on this site).