As you are probably aware, our contemporary English content is now available through Lexico.com (https://www.lexico.com/en), and our old English dictionary site no longer exists.

As a result of this, this forum will be closed by 6th September.
We have already disabled new threads, but comments can still be posted on existing discussions to give a chance for outstanding questions to be answered.

The English dictionary community team would like the opportunity to say a huge thanks to all of you who have participated by posting questions and helping other community members.
We hope this forum has been useful, and that you have enjoyed being a part of it.

If you would like to get in touch with any OED-related queries, please write to
[email protected]

And if you would like to contribute suggestions to the OED, please do so by visiting: https://public.oed.com/contribute-to-the-oed/

Thank you very much indeed, and good bye!
The community team

Academic researcher? Get in touch!

ccrouch1996ccrouch1996 admin
edited April 3 in General

Here at Oxford University Press, we know that the OED is an essential tool for many researchers. But some researchers have informed us that OED content and data is not as accessible as it could be for their projects.

In a time when digital research methods are becoming more prevalent, we want to hear from academic researchers to find out how (if at all) you use OED information and data in your current work.

Even if you have never thought to use the OED in your research, it would be incredibly helpful for us to understand why this is.

We are also really interested to find out how it could be used in your research in the future, and exploring ways that Oxford University Press and the OED can work with you, your colleagues, and the wider research community to ensure that the rich and curated data-set that is the OED continues to adapt to the changes in research practice in the years to come.

We’ll be working over the next few months to collate thoughts, ideas, and trends, and continue iterative feedback with an aim to develop new research tools.

If you have any initial thoughts about how the OED could better support your research, either leave a comment or follow the link.
https://public.oed.com/the-oed-and-research/

Comments

Sign In or Register to comment.