Digital developments enable us to offer students resources they can use in many learning environments, not just in the classroom. We work with authors to create resources that enhance the learning experience.
Our online resources enable students to make connections, self-assess and develop their understanding, and banks of ready-made questions are available for academics to download and customize.
The content on each site is developed to complement, and be used alongside, the textbook it links to. Online Resource Centres are an essential part of our publishing, offering students the chance to be more in control of their learning. Textbooks supported with online resources display the logo on their covers.
Visit the Online Resource Centre homepage to browse the resources available.
Your campus representatives will be happy to demonstrate the resources to you, either on an informal basis at your desk, or to the whole teaching team, and even the students, to ensure you all get the most out the textbook and resources.
For more general advice, technical guidance or registration questions relating to Online Resource Centre please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternative digital formats
Many Oxford University Press textbooks are available as eBooks, either in fixed layout or reflowable text formats for use on a wide range of digital devices. Learn more about our eBooks.
In addition to eBooks, we have a number of award-winning digital platforms hosting scholarly content. Our law textbooks are available digitally on our dedicated online platform Law Trove. Students now have access to the breadth of content that has made OUP the UK’s number one provider of legal educational materials. Learn more about Law Trove.
Contact your representative directly if you would like to find out more about online resources or digital formats.