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The annual Politics Trove survey is still open, ready to receive your vital feedback on how you use the platform.

The survey should take you 5-10 minutes to finish, and with every completed entry you can donate £3 to your choice of one of the listed charities below

  • Solar Aid aims to provide efficient, affordable solar light across sub-Saharan Africa, helping young students study later, and feel safer.
  • Children Heard and Seen supports children, young people and their families who are impacted by parental imprisonment.
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Thank you for sharing your thoughts and opinions with us and for supporting these amazing charities.


We run regular webinars throughout term time to help students, librarians and academics get the most out of Politics Trove. They typically last around 30 minutes, and there is time for questions and answers. Times shown are all GMT.

Please join us for one of our webinars this term!

Dates and times  
Monday 8th April, 12 pm Register here
Thursday 18 April, 10 am  Register here

Contact your representative for bespoke training, in person or remotely, anytime. 


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Why Oxford Politics Trove?

Oxford Politics Trove encourages you to read widely, think critically, and come to your own conclusions. Our powerful search facility means you can delve into topics more deeply, navigate more easily, and connect with additional resources in your own institution’s library collection.

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Explore the 2023 collections

Oxford Politics Trove contains over 50 politics and international relations textbooks across core and optional modules. Details about the 2023 collections, including how to purchase, can be found hereContact your local campus representative to find out more.

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For students

Make sure you've set up your personal profile to make the most of your Oxford Politics Trove access. Take a look at our walk-through video guides to find out how.

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For lecturers

Oxford University Press provides a range of resources to help you effectively embed Oxford Politics Trove into your teaching. Contact your local publisher representative to find out more.