Find Your Oxford Collection with Reference Universe
As you may already know, access to Oxford’s sizeable collection of online reference titles recently underwent some changes. The Oxford Reference Online and Oxford Digital Reference collections were combined into one platform – Oxford Reference to make for a more intuitive research experience for users.
Even better, over 200 of these valuable online reference titles are included in Reference Universe, enabling even greater discovery of the articles your patrons need to perform quality introductory research into a wide array of subjects.
To give you just a taste of the articles and titles you can find within Reference Universe, we’ve collected a few examples below.
Articles in The Oxford Dictionary of Reference and Allusion, 2010
- “The Addams Family”
- “Fred Astaire”
- “Calamity Jane”
- “Charles Darwin”
- “The Princess and the Pea”
- “Tiananmen Square”
- “Winnie the Pooh”
Articles in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather, 2011
- “Carbon Tax and Cap-and-Trade Programs”
- “Gaia Hypothesis”
- “Mesozoic Period”
- “Tree-ring analysis”
- “Water resources”
Articles in The Oxford Companion to the Bible, 2012
- “African American Traditions and the Bible”
- “Everyday Expressions from the Bible”
- “The Book of Judith”
- “The Quran and the Bible”