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FEDLIB  March 2005

FEDLIB March 2005

Subject:

Oxford University Press Trial

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James W Oliver <[log in to unmask]>

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FEDLINK is pleased to offer the following free trial for  Oxford's Award Winning Databases through April 9th! 
Available at a discount through FEDLINK: 
Username: fedlink
Password: government

FEDLINK discount: 
ODNB: 20%
OSO: 20%
ORO: 30%
OED: 0.179 per FTE
ANB: 0.128 per FTE
Grove Art and Grove Music: 30%

For more information and trials for your own institution please
contact: 
Laura Shook-Marino
Oxford University Press
Library Sales Department
1-800-624-0153 Ext. 5305
Fax: 1-919-677-8877
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Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: Winner of the Dartmouth Medal

www.oxforddnb.com 
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The latest innovation in scholarly research, Oxford Scholarship Online
is a new electronic strategy for dissemination of and access to
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monographs have been collected here and are fully cross-searchable,
with keywords and book and chapter abstracts specially prepared for
each title. At least 200 new titles will be added each year as part of
the annual subscription. Choose from unlimited or concurrent user
licenses for either the full collection, or for individual subject
modules. 

Oxford Reference Online - Premium Collection
www.oxfordreference.com 
Authoritative Oxford reference works in a single online resource
This vast online reference library offers integrated and consistent
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and English language and bilingual dictionaries, to science and
medicine, from humanities and social sciences to business and
professional.  From quick look-ups to scholarly entries, Oxford
Reference Online provides definitive and authoritative information you
can turn to for your research needs.

American National Biography Online
www.anb.org 
The premier source of biographical information about people who have
shaped American culture.
The American National Biography Online is the premier source of
information on over 18,000 people from all eras who have influenced
and shaped American history and culture. With sophisticated search
capabilities, lively and detailed articles, internal cross-references,
up-to-date bibliographies, thousands of photographs and illustrations,
and links to external web resources, ANB Online is "likely to induce
compulsive browsing". (Wall Street Journal)

Oxford English Dictionary Online
www.oed.com 
The ultimate authority on the English language
The Oxford English Dictionary is widely acknowledged to be the most
authoritative and comprehensive dictionary of English in the world. It
is also the definitive record of English language development, tracing
the evolution of more than 600,000 words over the  last 1500 years
through 2.5 million quotations from a wide range of sources.

Grove Art Online
www.groveart.com 
The unsurpassed authority on all aspects of visual art

Grove Art Online is the unsurpassed authority on all aspects of visual
art from prehistory to the present day. With over 45,000 signed
articles from the acclaimed 34-volume Dictionary of Art and
newly-commissioned articles, Grove Art Online covers both the fine
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(ceramics, textiles, jewelry, interior design, furniture, glass,
metalwork). Offering unrivalled breadth and depth of content, a wide
range of search options, and extensive links to images from galleries
and museums around the world, Grove Art Online is an invaluable
research tool.

Grove Music Online
www.grovemusic.com 
The unsurpassed authority on all aspects of music
The award-winning Grove Music Online includes the full text of the
acclaimed 29-volume New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians (2nd
edition), the 4-volume New Grove Dictionary of Opera, and the 3-volume
New Grove Dictionary of Jazz (2nd edition). Including over 47,000
articles, sophisticated search and browse capabilities,
Sibelius-enabled musical examples, and extensive links to musical
sites on the Internet, Grove Music Online is the unsurpassed authority
on all aspects of music.



James W. Oliver
FEDLINK Vendor Services Coordinator
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540-4935
V-(202)707-4960, F-(202)707-4955
[log in to unmask]
http://www.loc.gov/flicc

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