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Testing Theology: Journals

Introduction

The majority of journals held in Oxford, in both print and electronic formats, are catalogued in SOLO and can be searched for by title. If you are unable to find the journal you are looking for, you might be able to request a copy of the resource via our Document Supply and Inter-Library Loans service.

LibGuide links for journals

Discovering E-resources

This guide introduces you to e-resources and aims to explain where you can find e-resources, if and how you can access them, and where you can get help.


Getting Started in Oxford libraries

If you want to find out more about how to use SOLO to search journals, then take a look at the video tutorials created by the iSkills team in their Workshops and Classes Libguide.

Searching for journals in Browzine

An alternative way to browse many journals subscribed to by the Bodleian Libraries is via BrowZine. To access from the BrowZine website, choose your library ‘Bodleian Libraries (University of Oxford), sign in with your Single Sign On, then search for journals, browse content and access articles. For more details, see the BrowZine Libguide, or take a look at the following:

Finding a journal in SOLO

Sometimes you may not be able to access a specific e-journal article on SOLO because it is too old, hasn't been indexed or we only have the journal available in print rather than online. This video shows you how to find a journal using the advanced search in SOLO, which enables you to browse e-journals and print journals for the article you need.

Video created by Rachel Childs 7th July 2020.

Request a resource

Recommend a Resource

If Oxford doesn't subscribe to a specific e-journal or any other online resource, visit the Recommend an e-resource or journal page and fill in the short form. Decisions on purchases will depend on cost and level of demand. 

Use of Oxford e-resources

Oxford subscribes to a wide range of e-resources, e-journals and e-books to support your research and study. Use of these is governed strictly by licence agreements.

Remember:

  • E-resources may be used for study and research but NOT for commercial purposes
  • You may NOT share your password or pass content from e-resources to anyone else
  • Systematic downloading or viewing of excessive amounts of data is strictly forbidden

Failure to comply may result in:

  • Referral to the University Proctors
  • Publishers withdrawing content from the whole university