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Scholarly editions are the cornerstones of humanities scholarship, and Oxford University Press's list is unparalleled in breadth and quality. Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) launched with more than 170 scholarly editions of material written between 1485 and 1660, and containing nearly 12,000 different works from plays to poetry to letters, the equivalent of 82,000 print pages, OSEO makes highly sought after editions more accessible, searchable, and interconnected than ever before. Print scholarly editions are necessarily a scarce resource in the university and research library. The publication of these scholarly editions online will offer access to multiple users simultaneously, both on campus and remotely-providing a
critical tool for research for any library. OSEO is overseen by a prestigious editorial board of prominent academics, led by Michael F. Suarez, S.J., ensuring the highest editorial standards. Unlocking texts with OSEO, users can... - Search the complete text of over 170 scholarly editions-browse each text's editor's record of important variations, and interpretative and explanatory notes -Be assured of authoritative and reliable content with scholarly accreditation-ensuring interpretations and ideas are based on accurately edited texts -Utilise excellent searching and linking facilities-find that obscure quote or a specific chapter, scene, or line quickly and easily -Invest time and research
in a growing research library, with future updates bringing to life hundreds of scholarly editions of works from all periods up to the 20th century -Access the editions anywhere, anytime -have a consistent research discussion or teach a class across the world because everyone is using the same, trusted edition In future updates OSEO will grow into a massive virtual library, with new content added in chronological steps until ultimately it will include all of Oxford's distinguished list of authoritative scholarly editions, from the Oxford Classical Texts to the Romantic poets, and from medieval Latin chronicles to the twentieth century. Launching in May 2013 the Restoration module will contain works by authors principally active
between 1660 and 1700 including Bunyan, Milton, and Locke. NEW: OSEO has won runner up for Best Databases 2012 and has been selected as one of the Best Reference Sources of 2012, both awarded by Library Journal.
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