Digitised Books from the Bodleian Libraries

10 December 2015 Comment

Oxford's library special collections have been enriched with a significant set of digital resources. The digital projects are based on core research material from Bodleian Libraries holdings. They aimed to promote scholarly effort with relevance to research and teaching by digitising, delivering and enhancing major library holdings of Oxford University.

Oxford's library special collections have been enriched with a significant set of digital resources. The digital projects are based on core research material from Bodleian Libraries holdings. They aimed to promote scholarly effort with relevance to research and teaching by digitising, delivering and enhancing major library holdings of Oxford University. A selection of subjects categories comprises: Archival collections; Asia and South Asian collections; Children's books; Ephemera; Hebrew collections; Incunabula and printed books; Literature; Maps and local history; Medieval and Renaissance collections; Middle East and Islamic collections; Music; Science, medicine and technology; Theology and the bible etc.

  • Item Type

    Books, Drawings, Manuscripts, Maps, Paintings, Posters, Prints

  • Spatial Coverage

    Northern Europe, Western Europe, Southern Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia

  • Time Coverage

    Medieval, Early Modern

Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

http://digital.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/index