For Content Partners
Making our published content discoverable and ensuring that it functions as an intuitive step within the online research process is a top priority for Oxford University Press. As well as enhancing the user experience via integrated linking across resources, the Oxford Index also serves as a single hub for all Oxford metadata, thereby increasing pathways into content and enhancing discoverability.
For our content partners, including:
- A&C Black* (Who’s Who and Who Was Who)
- American University in Cairo Press
- Berg Publishers* (Berg Fashion Library)
- Edinburgh University Press*
- Electronic Enlightenment Project (Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford)* (Electronic Enlightenment)
- European Society of Cardiology*
- The ESC Textbooks of Cardiology Online
- The ESC Textbook of Intensive and Acute Cardiac Care Online
- The EAE Textbook of Echocardiography Online
- Fordham University Press
- The JAMA Network* (AMA Manual of Style Online)
- Hong Kong University Press
- Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law* (Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law)
- The Policy Press*
- University of California Press*
- University Press of Florida
- The University Press of Kentucky
… and more than 100 respected academic societies, the Oxford Index, fully indexed by Google and other major search engines, further increases the discoverability and use of content by providing researchers with an additional entry point from the free web.
For further details on how existing partners can ensure their inclusion in the Index, please contact us at email@example.com.
* Partner content to be included in forthcoming releases