We understand that the ongoing restrictions brought about by the coronavirus make planning and teaching difficult. When will you be back on campus, will a larger proportion of your teaching be delivered online permanently, and have your interactions with students changed forever? Whatever you are planning, and however you are delivering teaching, or preparing for assessments, Oxford University Press can help.
Ask your publisher representative
We believe that content comes first, and your representative is available to help you make informed decisions about the best content for your course. Your rep can also help you if you need to switch formats quickly, or make content available to students who are working from home or based in another country.
All our textbooks are available in a range of formats. Contact your rep and find out more about our e-book and digital publishing here.
Finding the formats to fit
All our higher education publishing is presented in a range of formats; from a single printed textbook or e-book, to a website collection of hundreds; all options are available for students to purchase, or for institutions to buy-in.
Speak to your campus rep about the teaching challenges you’re facing, and work with them to discover the format that will best suit your needs, and those of your students. Your rep can offer full orientation and training to you and your students as required.
Your campus rep is also on hand to ensure that the content is available to the students in the most straightforward and most effective way, so ask your rep.
Finding out more
If you are new to teaching online our sister organisation Epigeum offers courses to help universities support teaching and development.
Visit our lecturer support page for more general information about how the higher education team can support you.
You can find out more about our e-book and digital publishing here.