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The Oxford English Dictionary, the world's leading authority on the history and development of the English language since 1150, is now available online. Cost Please use the JISC Price Calculator (http://restricted.jisc.ac.uk/jisc_banding_calc/jisc_bc/oed/index.htm) to find out the subscription price for your institution. This information is restricted to users from the Higher and Further Education community who are visiting our website from the 'ac.uk' domain. If you have any queries please contact the JISC Collections Helpdesk on 01235 857 734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Under the new JISC banding the annual subscription fees for Oxford English Dictionary Online (OED) are: For an explanation of JISC Banding and charging, please go to: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=collections_chargingexplanation Subscription and Licensing In order to subscribe and find out more about licensing please go to the subscription page: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/index.cfm?name=coll_oed_sub_how2 Content The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) agreement includes the following databases: The Oxford English Dictionary, the world's leading authority on the history and development of the English language since 1150, is now available online. In addition to offering unparalleled access to the wealth of material contained in the 20-volume Oxford English Dictionary and 3-volume Additions Series, online publication enables the ‘treasure-house’ of the English language to move with the times as never before. For the first time since it was completed in 1928, the Oxford English Dictionary is being completely revised; every word (over 600,000) and every sense is being fully reviewed, and new words added, to take account of the latest changes in language and scholarship. New material (2,500 new and revised entries) will be released quarterly, offering online subscribers a unique opportunity to access the latest developments in the English language. Backfiles or archives that are also available: Appeal for American readers (1859) Appeal for readers (Apr. 1879) - James Murray List of books already read (1879) Appeal for readers (ed. 2, June 1879) - James Murray Appeal for readers (ed. 3, Jan. 1880) On some deficiencies in our English Dictionaries (ed. 2, 1860) - Richard Chenevix Trench Herbert Coleridge's letter to Richard Chenevix Trench The Romanes Lecture (1900) - James Murray For a full product description, please go to: http://www.jisc.ac.uk/coll_oed_fpd.html Date range: Not applicable. Academic Level of Service: Secondary school upwards. Academic Disciplines: All. Updates: Quarterly. Publishers Selection Policy: Draft material from the revision programme is published online, alongside unrevised entries from the 20-volume Second Edition, first published in 1989, and its 3-volume Additions Series, published in 1993 (volumes 1 and 2) and 1997 (volume 3). Many of the entries in the Additions volumes consist of sections which are additions to an entry previously published in the Second Edition; such sections are appended to the end of the appropriate Second Edition entry. Complete entries published for the first time in the Additions volumes are presented as free-standing entries, along with entries from the Second Edition. Functionality and Standards Compliance Full Text Linking: Not applicable. Search Options: Simple search, Advanced search, icluding full text serach and first cited date. Federated search capabilities: OED Online is not z39.50 compliant, but it supports standard HTTP requests using the method="get" via the base URL 'http://dictionary.oed.com/cgi/findword?query_type=word&queryword=', to which would be added one or more search parameters in a standard syntax, e.g.: 'interface', which produces the full URL http://dictionary.oed.com/cgi/findword?query_type=word&queryword=interface. There is also a Web look-up tool which searches OED Online from any other website using a downloadable browser link. Post Search Options: Date chart - when the word has been used Etymology - the origins of the word Quotations - where the word has appeared Usage Statistics Print, email and save. Authentication: ATHENS, IP range. Personalisation Subscribers can register to have 'word of the day' emailed to them. Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and relevant disability discrimination legislation: OED Online has been designed to work as well as possible with screen-readers and text- only browsers, in order to be usable by visually impaired readers, and by those who prefer not to use a mouse. Alt text, title text, and frame names have been designed for compliance with the WAI guidelines and section 508 (1998 amendments) of the US Rehabilitation Act 1973. The site also allows font resizing. OED Online can be used with the screen reader JAWS, and the Canadian National Institute for the Blind has produced a tutorial for using it with JAWS 3.5 or higher. The online tutorial, courtesy of the CNIB, is available at www.cnib.ca/library/for_clients/visutext/oed/tutorial.htm OED Online invites feedback from users who feel that their accessibility needs are not being met. Login Page: http://www.oed.com/ Library Administration Product Information can be found at: Not applicable. 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