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Finding the resources you already have access to
The easiest way to find the resources you already have access to is to login and visit your account page by clicking here. A list of resource collections will be displayed for you, including the name of the textbooks in use, when your access was setup, and when it will expire. Clicking the names of any of the textbooks will take you directly to the digital resources that accompany that textbook; instructions for using the digital resources, if required, will also be found there.
Getting access to new digital resources
If you’ve already explored resources you have access to using the steps above and you cannot find your textbook in use you can request access for new resources by logging out and then clicking here. In many cases access can be provided right away. Reasons for delays in this approval could result from no order being received for this textbook from your bookstore, the textbook being requested not being listed for use in your teaching discipline, or from the request originating outside of a North American/UK higher education institution. If you have not heard back about your request in 7 days please contact technical support by clicking here.
Renewing access for resources
You no longer need the help of your Oxford representation to renew your access to digital resources. Ensure you are logged into the site and visit your account page by clicking here. You will see a list of the digital resources that you have access to. Find the resource that requires renewal and click the “Click to renew your access for 6 months” link provided.
Accessing corresponding student resources
In most cases student resources will be free to use without needing to contact your sales representative or redeem an access code. The quickest way to find the student resources for your textbook is to use the site search in the header of every page; for best results search for your book’s ISBN, title, or author. If you can’t find the resources using the steps above or you’re unable to access the resources you’ve found please contact technical support by clicking here.
Using student resources in your institution’s LMS/VLE
If your institution uses Blackboard, Canvas, or Brightspace (D2L) and you would prefer to have your students access their materials there instead of this site (or OUP’s Dashboard system) please review the requirements on the Integration page by clicking here. Integration may not always be possible but we are happy to work with your LMS administrator to determine what can be supported.
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