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A wide range range of online guides to finding and using library resources at Oxford can be found at the Oxford 'Libguides' directory
A number of these will be highlighted on subsequent pages of this guide.
This guide is primarily intended for students studying the integrated Programme in Psychodynamic Studies at Oxford University Department for Continuing Education, although of course anyone wishing to research our library collections may find it useful.
Use this guide to obtain information about the print collections for Psychodynamic Studies in the Continuing Education Library and to explore Oxford University's online resources ( books, e-journals, and bibliographic databases) in this subject.The guide also provides information on further research, including tips on searching library resources effectively.
Select the tabs along the top of the guide to find more information about:
A really useful starting point for finding out about how to use Oxford's library resources and services more generally can be found at the following webpage on the Bodleian Libraries website.
Search the library catalogue SOLO to find books, e-books and journals
The Library is open to all members of the University for reference purposes. Borrowing is normally restricted to students and staff of the Department for Continuing Education. Short loans may be made in exceptional circumstances, please ask at the Library desk