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Oxford Law Citator

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The Oxford Law Citator, developed by Oxford University Press ('OUP'), is an example of an authority control system, used within legal research. The Oxford Law Citator provides and manages hypertext links between items published on OUP’s online services, as well as to other externally referenced sources.[1]

Contents

  • Description 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Description

The Oxford Law Citator links together OUP online materials that mention or discuss each other, and provides users with further information on all references which are available online. An Oxford Law Citator record contains basic information on the referenced item to help the user to continue their research, as well as links to related cases, instruments and commentary.[1][2]

The population of the Citator is an ongoing project, which is being undertaken by OUP alongside the development of its online services. The aim is to provide a tool which allows users to follow, and explore the relevance of, references in and between different types of legal content and commentary.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b http://www.oxfordlawcitator.com/about
  2. ^ New Online Venture for OUP - Internet Newsletter for Lawyers & Law 2.0

External links

  • Oxford University Press Online Resources
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