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Oxford Scholarship Online

Linköping University Library provides access to Oxford Scholarship Online, a database with scientific e-books from Oxford University Press. The books are available on campus as well as off campus, via remote access. Remote access requires your LiU-ID.

The subjects are Biology, History, Physics and Political Science. There are more subjects in the database which we don¿t have access to. New titles are added three times a year. More than 300 new books were added in January 2012.

For example:

BIOLOGY
• Adapting to a Changing Environment: Confronting the Consequences of Climate Change by Tim R. McClanahan & Joshua Cinner
• Mushroom by Nicholas P. Money

HISTORY
• All this is your World : Soviet Tourism at Home and Abroad after Stalin by Anne E. Gorsuch
• Orientalist Jones : Sir William Jones, Poet, Lawyer, and Linguist, 1746-1794, by Michael J. Franklin

PHYSICS
• Advanced Ferroelectricity by Robert Blinc
• Introduction to Black Hole Physics by Valeri P. Frolov, Andrei Zelnikov

POLITICAL SCIENCE
• Changes for Democracy : Actors, Structures, Processes by Leonardo Morlino
• Justice in a Globalized World : A Normative Framework by Laura Valentini

Search for the books here, or in the Library Catalogue.
 


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E-book migration

MyILibrary e-books are moving to Ebook Central. If you have notes in MyILibrary e-books you need to save them before the transfer on the 25th of April.

Operating systems not supported by Mendeley

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Library hours from 30 April to 2 May

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