Oxford University subscribes to an extensive collection of e-journals and series of conference proceedings.
Oxford University subscribes to an extensive number of e-journals including the major collections from reknowned publishers and societies. Search our e-journals portal by journal title and follow links to full-text articles.
Oxford Research Archive (ORA) includes Oxford E-theses from 2006 onwards, and articles submitted by Oxford University authors.
Search ORA institutional repository for full-text articles.
If you want to submit article or a dissertation to ORA follow instructions on the web site.
You can access almost all electronic resources remotely.
Search SOLO for a resource name. Login using your SSO credentials,
and follow the title link to an online resource.
Alternatively search Oxlip+ portal, sign in with your SSO credentials.
Follow link to an online database or a journal website.
Full-text articles are available online.
Exceptionally, you may need to use VPN to access a resource remotely.
Contact IT Services for Registration and Help with installing VPN software.
Archives, subject repositories, e-print servers and institutional repositories are addtional sources of full-text articles and other publications.
CDS - National Chemistry Database Service funded by the EPSRC and hosted by the Royal Society of Chemistry is a ‘free at the point of access’ facility for all members (students and academics) of UK academic institutions (includes the CSD -Cambridge Structural Database System)
ChemSpider is a free chemical structure database providing fast text and structure search access to over 32 million structures.
CERN Articles & Preprints - the collection contains something like 400,000 documents, out of which about 50% can be accessed electronically.
CORE portal (COnecting REpositories) includes more than 20 million articles from scientific publications aggregated from Open Access Repositories (OARs)
Europe PubMedCentral, PubMed Central, UK PMC are full text article resources for biomedical and life sciences.
Zenodo is a respository of research outputs from across all fields of science, stored at CERN