The Oxford Research Encyclopedias provide a foundation—a foundation of high quality articles, ideal for incorporating into the classroom and recommending to students who need a reliable research alternative.
Check back in the coming months as content is commissioned, to see how Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Neuroscience can meet the needs of your advanced students and researchers.
Track previews of forthcoming articles, which will expand to free full-text articles, to watch the OREs take shape.
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The Future of the OREs
- Authoritative and Up To Date: ORE overview articles provide foundational knowledge for advanced students, and are peer-reviewed by editorial boards of internationally acclaimed experts, ensuring perspectives of the highest quality.
- A Gateway for Seamless Research Journeys: Each article will feature in-text citation links, linked bibliographies, and connections to your college or university’s library holdings through Worldcat, Google Preview, and more.
- Reimagining Reference: The traditional print reference model offers static content, without evolving as research and discoveries develop. Oxford is looking to reinvent that model with continuously updated content, infused with the insight of today's top experts.
- Visit oxfordre.com: for more information on forthcoming releases in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia Program.