Subscriber Services

Subscriber Services

Welcome to the Oxford Research Encyclopedias (ORE) subscriber services. These pages contain information on accessing the OREs, managing your subscription, and seeking assistance if any issues arise. You, your library, or an institution with which you are affiliated must have a current subscription to log in to the Encyclopedia of Social Work, the Oxford Classical Dictionary, and the Oxford Research Encyclopedias of American History, Climate Science, Communication, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Education, Environmental Science, International Studies, Latin American History, Linguistics, Literature, Politics, Psychology, and Religion for full access to these sites. All other OREs are currently freely available. Learn how to subscribe.

Services for subscribers include

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Resources for Librarians

In-Library Support

Oxford offers a variety of tools to help you promote your subscriptions to the Oxford Research Encyclopedias and get the most out of these resources.

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