E-books - guide: Oxford

Reading and downloading an e-book

  • You can download PDF-chapters onto your computer.

Reading online - Oxford Handbook Online (PC)

  • In Helka click the word "Online resource".  
  • You can start reading by clicking a chapter. You can read html chapters or PDF chapters. When reading PDF - you'll need and Adobe Reader.
  • When signed in, you can create virtual bookshelf and create notes and annotations.

Reading online - Oxford Scholarship Online (PC)

  • In Helka click the word "Online resource".  
  • You can start reading by clicking a chapter. You can read html chapters or PDF chapters. When reading PDF - you'll need and Adobe Reader.
  • When signed in, you can create virtual bookshelf /My Work).

Reading online - Oxford Reference Online (PC)

  • In Helka click the word "Online resource".  
  • You can start reading by clicking a keyword. Keywords are in alphabetical order.
  • When signed in, you can save references and create virtual bookshelf.

Online reading

  • You can read the book in PDF-mode - you'll need an Adobe Reader. Adobe Reader is free of charge.
  • There is unlimited multi-user access to the books.

More information

  • Access has been acquired for part of collections and publishing years. Some handbooks are published during several years but there is not necessarily access to all their articles.

Downloading onto a mobile device

  • You can download PDF-chapters onto your mobile device.

Reading a book with your mobile device

  • You can use all three services without program installations. You can also read Oxford Handbooks Online and Oxford Scholarship Online books in PDF mode, you'll need an Adobe Reader, Adobe Reader is free of charge.
  • You can download Adobe Reader from the Apple (Appstore), Android (Google Play) and Microsoft (Microsoft Marketplace) application shops.
  • Network connection (online-version).

Printing

  • Printing is unlimited for educational purposes.

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