If you would like to recommend an item for purchase by the Library, please fill in a Recommend a book form.
Please note that it may not be possible to purchase all recommendations, depending on availability and cost.
You can locate books (both print and electronic) held in Oxford University libraries by looking them up on SOLO, Oxford libraries' catalogue, at http://solo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk .
You can use the search box on the left to get started, or follow the link above
Enter the author's surname and a few significant words from the title. Leave out words like 'the', 'an', 'of' etc
On the main SOLO search screen, click 'Search Everything' and select 'Continuing Education Library' from the dropdown box.
For more information on searching for film resources on SOLO, and a guide to the classification system used for Film Studies in most other Oxford University libraries, please see the Finding Film Studies Material Guide
For more information on searching SOLO, see the SOLO Guide
There may be times when you wish to consult library catalogues beyond Oxford University. This may be because:
The following links may be useful (note that finding an item does not guarantee you access to the library holding it):
Students on award-bearing courses have access to other libraries. The following libraries have relevant books on Film Studies and a vast collection of films on DVD format:
Scan and Deliver is a service offered by the Bodleian Libraries, which may be particularly useful for distance learning students.
Readers wishing to consult items held in closed storage can request electronic scans of sections of material (e.g book chapters or journal articles) to be delivered by email.
The service is available to all University card and Bodleian card holders. Restrictions and charges apply. Further information can be found here.