For two weeks, the entire Oxford Reference site was freely accessible as millions of scholars, students, and researchers were cut off from crucial tools during the U.S. Government shutdown.
Though this opportunity has passed, there are still numerous ways that new users can explore unlocked content, to try out Oxford Reference's unique features.
- Explore over 270 historic timelines, across a variety of subjects and time periods, that link to an additional 9,000 free entries
- Delve into Oxford Essential Quotations, the ideal place to answer all your quotations questions
- Start your research journey with thousands of Overview Pages, one for every unique sense of a term or topic in Oxford Reference
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