Oxford University Press recently released it’s product, Oxford Dictionaries Online (ODO).Â This collection of dictionaries, thesauri, and usage guides contains 350,000+ entries and definitions, 600,000+ synonyms and antonyms, and audio pronunciations.Â The collection will be regularly updated.
Can I insert this into Word and other programs?Â That would be great if offered.
Excited to see that OUP is working with iFactory, and their new platform, PubFactory.Â I haven’t seen PubFactory since beta, so I’m anxious to try it out.Â Am hoping to get a grand tour via webinar this month, so look for an informal PubFactory review on NSR soon.Â Â Here’s the press release:
iFactory chosen for superior fusion of design and technology,
continues long-standing relationship with OUP
BOSTON â€“ January 14, 2010 â€” iFactory, an award-winning web design and development firm, today announced that Oxford University Press (OUP) has chosen iFactoryâ€™s new online publishing development platform, PubFactory, to develop Oxford Dictionaries Online, a new global modern English dictionary and language reference service. OUP, a major provider of online reference and scholarly content to libraries, turned to iFactory for this project because of its unique focus on design and custom development capabilities.
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