Oxford Scholarly Editions Online
- Link to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online - University username and password required
Institutional login required to access this resource via a search engine when off-campus.
Provides full-text access to hundreds of Oxford's scholarly editions with their authoritative editorial notes directly alongside the text, enabling advanced search within and between editions. We have purchased access to the following collections:
- Early 17th Century drama
- Early 17th Century poetry
- Early 17th Century prose
- Renaissance Drama
- Renaissance Poetry
- Renaissance Prose
Titles are listed on the Library catalogue.
Help & guidance
- Getting started guide
- Take a tour
- Video on how to use Oxford Scholarly Editions Online
- Contact your Academic Liaison Librarian for additional advice on using this resource.
You can save your references into EndNote in the following ways:
Desktop EndNote - Direct export - Find out more about saving references into Desktop EndNote
EndNote online - Download & import using the 'RefMan RIS' import option - Find out more about saving references into EndNote online
To select items to export to either version of EndNote follow these steps:
- While viewing an e-book, click on the 'Cite' button, marked by a pencil icon in the top right of the screen.
- Select 'EndNote' from the list of formats and click on the 'Export' button.
- A file of references is created.
- Using Desktop EndNote? Just 'Open' the file to import your references automatically.
Using EndNote online? Save the file and then import into EndNote online (using the 'RefMan RIS' import option).