Take a Guided Tour


Welcome to the online tour for Oxford Bibliographies.This tour will walk you through the user enhancements that are now available, how an Oxford Bibliographies article is built, forthcoming subject areas, and a quick tour around the site. It also provides a way of showing the benefits of using Oxford Bibliographies to others.

Watch the tour on YouTube

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This tour is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, but you can watch it in your browser without using PowerPoint. Click on the link above, then choose Open from the dialogue box. If your browser won't open the tour, you can download the free PowerPoint Viewer from the Microsoft web site.

Users with Windows 7 or Microsoft Office 2010 working in Internet Explorer or Chrome: once a tour is open, please click the small "reading view" icon (it looks like an open book) in the bottom-right-hand toolbar on the PowerPoint screen to view the tour.

If you have any questions, you may want to refer to our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us.

Also watch students and faculty from across the academic spectrum discuss how they use Oxford Bibliographies in their own research, and in the classroom.

Oxford Bibliographies for Students

Oxford Bibliographies for Faculty