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Collection policies. collection management policy e first policy special collections collection management special collections collection development collection storage strategy preservation policy university of oxford open access policy digital policies. digital policy: overview (under review) digital policy: digitization (under review). Oxford libraries & reading rooms. oxford's research collections in support of the study of art and architecture at oxford are rich, diverse and in many cases extraordinarily deep. print and electronic materials are collected as broadly as possible for all geographic areas and periods. see collection development policy statement (below). About the library. the music faculty library (mfl) is based in the faculty of music on st aldate's. it provides for the borrowing needs of students, researchers and senior members, with exceptional holdings for the study of western classical music from medieval to modern. Bodleian libraries: digital access for all. the pandemic has taught us all that digital access to the bodleian libraries has the power to transform lives and expand horizons. our digital collections and services have never been so heavily used. your support will help to meet this need head on and to share the bodleian’s research and. More than 400 years ago, oxford university opened the doors of one of its most enduring contributions to civilisation: the bodleian library. the bodleian is one of the world’s foremost centres of learning, preserving the intellectual riches of many cultures and many ages while embracing the new forms of knowledge now available to scholars.
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The bodleian library ( ˈ b ɒ d l i ən, b ɒ d ˈ l iː ən ) is the main research library of the university of oxford, and is one of the oldest libraries in europe.with over 13 million printed items, it is the second largest library in britain after the british library. The bodleian library has a significant collection of tibetan manuscripts, many of which were acquired in the 19th century. in recent years, substantial bequests from two tibetologists, michael aris and hugh richardson, have greatly strengthened resources for modern tibetan and himalayan studies, in terms of both archival and printed materials. Oxford’s major collection of books on south asian painting, textiles and crafts is found in the eastern art collection at the sackler library. indian legislation, law reports and text books on indian law are kept at the bodleian law library which also has a basic collection of law reports for pakistan and a small collection on the laws of sri.
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