Oxford University’s website has been updated to include a new feature that enables scholars to search for the term “book.”
The tool, called “Book Search,” will allow users to search through the university’s scholarly library for a word, phrase or collection of words, phrases, collections, etc. The Oxford University Library is home to a number of different disciplines, such as linguistics, archaeology, literature, philosophy, philosophy of science, philosophy and philosophy of religion.
However, the search tool has always been limited in its capabilities.
“We’re always looking for ways to expand our capabilities and help users discover new ideas, so we’ve been looking for new ways to bring it to more people,” the university said in a statement.
The new feature will now allow users of the Oxford Dictionary of World Literatures to search their search results, and will allow them to view the Oxford Libraries, including its online content and archives.
The search feature will also include a list of other resources, including the Oxford Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural History and the Oxford Internet Encyclopedia.
“While the word ‘book’ is a word that has been in use for hundreds of years, the Oxford Online Library has never offered this kind of breadth of information on the subject,” Oxford University said in the statement.
“With the addition of this new tool, we hope to make this information even more accessible for our users.”
It is unclear if the new feature is going to be available to scholars for the foreseeable future.