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What is SourceOECD ?
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The OECD e-library is a unique service that offers online access
to all OECD books, reports, annuals, working papers, loose-leaf
binders, periodicals and databases.
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SourceOECD was first launched in November 2000 and now
reaches more than 5.000 institutions in the world.
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SourceOECD comprises 20 thematic book collections, 24
periodicals, 3 reference titles, 24 OECD statistical databases
and 10 IEA statistical databases.
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It contains more than 2.000 books, 1.500 issues of periodicals,
90 millions statistical datapoints.
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Themes covered by
OECD publications
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Agriculture & Food
Development
Education & Skills
Emerging Economies
Employment
Energy
Environment & Sustainable
Development
Finance & Investment/Insurance
& Pensions
General Economics & Future
Studies
Governance
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Industry, Services & Trade
National Accounts & Historical
Statistics
Nuclear Energy
Science & Information
Technology
Social Issues/Migration/Health
Statistics Sources & Methods
Taxation
Transition Economies
Transport
Urban, Rural and Regional
Development
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SourceOECD books and
periodicals
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Delivers all books and periodicals published from January 1998.
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Books are gathered into 20 thematic collections.
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Periodicals and book themes all have their own home page.
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Complete A-Z listing of all issues published since 1998.
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Clicking the title to bring up its table of contents.
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SourceOECD books and
periodicals
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Browse by key titles and by year.
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Quick Search searches through the series title, title,
sub-title and blurb/abstract fields for any publication.
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Advanced Search searches through the full-text.
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Free email alerting services : be alerted on any one
(or more) of the book themes / periodical…
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Or via the Advanced Search save any searches and
be alerted when new titles are added.
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SourceOECD statistics
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Gathers the interactive databases section of
SourceOECD.
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Presents 26 statistical databases from the OECD and
10 from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
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Databases are presented using the Beyond 20/20
software, enabling users to build their own tables, in
real time, using the latest available data.
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SourceOECD statistics
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Once you’ve opened a database, simply follow the
step-by-step prompts through each variable and click
on the check-boxes offered to make your choices.
When you’ve completed your choices click "View
Report" and your table will be displayed.
When you’re satisfied with your table, you can export
it using Beyond 20/20 .ivt format, Excel, or .csv
format for easy inclusion in other programs.
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Key benefits
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IP access : access from any terminal on the institution’s
computer network.
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Remote access is available as part of any subscription, and can
be set up at any time.
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Unlimited access : a class of students can all access the same
title at the same time.
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Educators are welcome to include SourceOECD material in
course packs.
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Key benefits
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Annual, subscription-based services means better
budget planning. Even for our book services.
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Access to back issues and books as far as January
1998.
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Access to the electronic editions is faster –
sometimes 6 weeks prior to the print.
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Key benefits
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Links from library catalogue systems to both books
and periodicals are simple with our EasyLink system.
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COUNTER-compliant usage statistics accessible by
librarian.
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Archiving : guaranteed online access to previously
subscribed books and periodical volumes.
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Paris, 8th June 2006
jochen.picht@oecd.org
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