All the textbooks published by Oxford University Press undergo a rigorous peer and delegate reviewing process to ensure they are fit for purpose and of the highest quality. Market research on course content, teaching methods, and the future direction the subject is undertaken before any new title or edition is commissioned.
So we are confident that we have the content that will best suit your teaching requirements. However, we also recognise that students learn in very different ways, and teaching can be distinctive and personal.
You have your own teaching philosophy and style; your course may include non-typical content; you may want your students to be exposed to different opinions on a topic; or you may want to include introductory or background material in your teaching materials.
If you can't find textbooks and supplements that fit the way you teach your course, Oxford University Press offers a customized option that allows you to tailor-make your own materials from a range of Oxford content.
- Select chapters or content from a single textbook
- Choose chapters or content from several textbooks, journals or monographs and organize it your way for your course
With custom publishing you can design materials that are an exact fit to your course and your students. From coursepacks, study guides, and lab manuals to booklets, ancillaries, and websites, we can help. We make the process as smooth as possible. From the initial idea, through to getting stock in the bookshops in time for your course, you would be working with your usual campus representative.
Contact your campus representative to discuss how a customized option might suit you.