On this page:
|PDF Guides||Tutorial Videos||Promotional resources||Training Webinars|
Other sources of guidance include:
- Our FAQs page.
- Our Help page for advice on how to log in, search, and browse.
- Academics and librarians with an institutional access to Law Trove should also have a look at the Technical Support page.
- Join one of our product experts for a live online webinar, free for you and your users, the upcoming webinars are posted on the homepage.
If you have a question that isn't answered on these pages, please Contact Us.
These guides are designed to point you towards the key features of Law Trove and get you started using the platform.
|For students:||For lecturers:||For librarians:|
|Getting Started Guide||Essentials Guide||Librarian Guide|
|Discovering Content Guide||Advanced Guide|
|Using Law Trove for Revision||Discovering Content Guide|
Our suite of tutorial videos have been created to get you started using Law Trove to help you get the most out of your subscription.
|Purchasing a Collection||Advanced Searches||Bookmarking Content|
|Logging In||Generating Citations||Saving Searches|
|Accessing Content||Accessing Online Resources||Creating Annotations|
|Navigating in Textbooks||Creating a Personal Profile||Using DOI Links|
Promoting the site to users
Oxford University Press has developed resources to aid libraries with using and promoting their online resources. Our Librarian Resource Centre will provide you with resources, tools, and ideas to help you make the most of your Oxford online resources.
We run regular webinars throughout term time to help students, librarians and academics get to grips with Law Trove. We currently have no webinars scheduled for this term.
Contact your representative for bespoke training, in person or remotely, anytime.
"The OUP host was extremely knowledgeable and made the system seem very straightforward to use. They took the time to answer questions and go over information in a very patient and informative manner. As a result of the session, I will be able to make the most of the system and my research will be a lot more productive."
- Student feedback on a Law Trove webinar