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How do I access the OECD iLibrary?

Last Updated: Jan 29, 2016  |  429 Views
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Although the OECD iLibrary is freely available online, to get get full access to education materials and pdfs, you will need to go to the OECD iLibrary via one of these routes:

1) via IOE Library Search

2) via UCL Explore

3) via the A - Z of databases available to UCL staff and students

If you are prompted for a username and password, you will need to enter your UCL computer username and password.

Anyone can now access OECD full-text content on the OECD iLibrary following the launch of Read editions which can be read online and are also shareable and embeddable.

Library users can also use the freely accessible content which includes:

  • OECD Factbook
  • Working Papers series
  • OECD Key tables
  • full text education books
  • the journal, Higher Education Management and Policy
  • OECD statistics

For more information about the OECD iLibrary and other international education sources, go to the International Education LibGuide.

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