With the ongoing spread of coronavirus, many universities are reducing face-to-face lectures, moving their teaching online, or even closing. If you find yourself delivering teaching online, or supporting your students remotely, there are ways Oxford University Press can help.
Ask your publisher representative
Your representative is available to help you support your students at this key point in the academic year, so please do contact them (regardless of whether you currently adopt an Oxford product) and they'll do their best to assist you. Contact your rep.
Know what's available now and how to use it
Many Oxford resources are accompanied with free to use and free to access online study tools, designed to support student study outside the lecture hall. Do you already know what's available in your subject area? Browse the site here or ask your rep.
If you already use ebooks make sure you and your students know how to access the digital bookshelves outside university. If your university subscribes to Oxford online products, these are available to the student even when off campus, ask your rep if you're not sure how this access works.
If you would like to receive inspection copies of our textbooks digitally, just request copies from your rep and they can facilitate it.
Helping you deliver online teaching effectively
Our sister organisation Epigeum has made two online training programmes freely available, Teaching Online and Blended Learning, to help academics facing unexpected transition to digital course delivery.
So if you have been asked to move your teaching online, but are more familiar with traditional, face-to-face methods, we can help. Find out more here