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Oxford University press offers student access to online textbooks for free

The largest university press in the world, Oxford University Press (OUP) is providing free access to over 200 plus digital version textbooks to support teaching and learning at home during COVID-19.

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Online textbooks available covers primary and secondary school, O-Level, A-Level, Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE).

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According to Oxford university press, the online books are copyright of OUP and downloading them is not permitted. They are only for online viewing.

Also note, the temporary free access to these online textbooks will be ending on 30 September 2020.

Teachers and parents are adviced to shared this with students and parents within their organisation. For more information about the educational resources they should also contact their local Oxford Educational Consultant.

Most schools have started gradually opening while some haven’t and few others still teaching virtually. OUP wants teachers, students and partners to utilize these available online resources provided before resumption of schools.

To view the available books online from Oxford university press for free, click here

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