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KBART files

KBART files are the industry standard file format for knowledgebases, and providing title list files in this format ensures that the content you are entitled to is accessible to end users. Below you will find the latest available KBART files for online product sales packages. We will be updating this page with new products and packages as the files become available.

Please contact us using the subject “KBART” for any questions about these files.

Oxford University Press employs multiple strategies to facilitate end-user discovery, namely by cultivating relationships with discovery partners and striving to disseminate exemplary metadata. We are pleased to provide our NISO Open Discovery Initiative checklist for journals and online products to help our customers and discovery partners have a fuller picture of core metadata elements provided, how metadata is delivered to discovery partners, and a list of all discovery partners indexing OUP content.

For a current list of all discovery partners who index Oxford University Press content, please see this PDF.

 

Law Products

Law Trove

Open Access Books

Oxford Art Online

Oxford Bibliographies

Oxford Clinical Psychology

Oxford Handbooks Online

Oxford Medicine Online

Oxford Music Online

Oxford Reference

Oxford Research Encyclopedias

Oxford Scholarly Editions Online

Oxford Scholarship Online

Politics Trove

University Press Scholarship Online 

Very Short Introductions

 

Law Products

 

Law Trove

 

Open Access Books

 

Oxford Art Online

 

Oxford Bibliographies

 

Oxford Clinical Psychology

 

Oxford Handbooks Online

 

Oxford Medicine Online

 

Oxford Music Online

 

Oxford Reference

 

Oxford Research Encyclopedias

 

Oxford Scholarly Editions Online

 

Oxford Scholarship Online


 

 

University Press Scholarship Online

Please find zipped files for University Press Scholarship Online packages by upload date, partner press, subject module, and Oxford Scholarship Online subject modules below.

 

Very Short Introductions

 

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