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These services are only relevant to subscribers, so please consult our information on how to subscribe if you are not yet a customer.
Services for subscribers include:
- Access to technical support
- Downloadable MARC21 records
- Monthly institutional usage reports
- Tools to manage your account — online viewing of institutional subscription information, IP addresses, and account preferences
- Free promotional tools
Accessing the site
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Help with using the site
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MARC 21 records can be downloaded by library professionals free of charge.
Download a MARC file for Who's Who and Who Was Who.
Download the MARC record for Who's Who.
Download the MARC record for Who Was Who.
Promoting the site to users
Oxford University Press has developed resources to aid libraries with using and promoting their online resources. Our Librarian Resource Centre will provide you with resources, tools, and ideas to help you make the most of your Oxford online resources.
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