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OED Online tour
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  • 1. Welcome to the OED Online tour
  • 2. The Oxford English Dictionary is widely regarded as the accepted authority on the English language. It is an unsurpassed guide to the history and meaning of 600,000 words— past and present— from across the English-speaking world.
  • 3. The new OED Online lets you explore every aspect of the history of English… …and the people, societies, and cultures that created it.
  • 4. In this tour…. 1. Getting started (slide 5) 2. Searching the OED (slide 12) 3. Exploring an entry (slide 23) 4. The Historical Thesaurus (slide 35) 5. Categories (slide 50) 6. Timelines (slide 55) 7. Sources (slide 66)
  • 5. 1. Getting started
  • 6. …type a word or phrase in the ‘Quick search’ box to look up dictionary entries… …or use the ‘Browse’ links to explore different pathways through the English language. The home page gives quick access to all the main OED Online functions...
  • 7. Create a personal ‘My OED’ account...
  • 8. …to keep a permanent store of favourite entries and searches... …and to manage site preferences.
  • 9. Within the site, the ‘Quick search’ box is in the top bar… …and the ‘Browse’ links are in the top right corner.
  • 10. ‘My entries’ and ‘My searches’ keep track of your recent activity in OED Online…
  • 11. …so you can easily return to any previous entry or search.
  • 12. 2. Searching the OED
  • 13. Type a word or phrase in the ‘Quick search’ box…
  • 14. The results list all the dictionary entries that match your search term…
  • 15. …and links to every occurrence of the term in OED definitions, quotations, etc.
  • 16. Click a result to view the full entry...
  • 17. Use ‘Advanced Search’ to examine the full content of the OED…
  • 18. …search by entries, senses, or quotations… …search for words and phrases anywhere in the OED text… …or use filters to study particular periods, subject areas, etc.
  • 19. Select a category from the filter pop-up.
  • 20. A results set can be refined by subject, date, etc…
  • 21. …or you can view your results as a timeline.
  • 22. 3. Exploring an entry
  • 23. There are dozens of things you can do with OED entries… …customize the way the entry is displayed…
  • 24. …view pronunciation guides…
  • 25. …hover over a cross-reference to see the definition…
  • 26. …click a quotation title to see full details of the text… …or to see more of this author or work in the OED.
  • 27. Each sense is linked directly to the Historical Thesaurus…
  • 28. …and to other related senses throughout the dictionary.
  • 29. ‘In this entry’ gives quick access to every term covered in the current entry.
  • 30. Click ‘About this entry’…
  • 31. …to see a range of additional information, visualizations, and links.
  • 32. Save the entry to ‘My OED’… …email to a friend… …download citation details…
  • 33. …or browse neighbouring entries.
  • 34. 4. The Historical Thesaurus
  • 35. The Historical Thesaurus is a semantic index of the contents of the OED…
  • 36. With the Historical Thesaurus, OED Online provides powerful new ways to explore language, history, and culture...
  • 37. …almost every word, phrase, and meaning throughout the dictionary…
  • 38. …covering more than 1,000 years of the English language.
  • 39. Each dictionary sense is connected to its semantic class in the thesaurus…
  • 40. …with direct links to equivalent terms elsewhere in the OED, and a link to the thesaurus itself.
  • 41. Within the thesaurus, all the terms in a class are listed in chronological order… …so you can trace the development of a concept over time.
  • 42. The tree on the left shows the location of this class in the thesaurus taxonomy… …you can browse the tree to explore related concepts.
  • 43. From the thesaurus home page, you can browse the tree from the top levels downwards…
  • 44. …or search directly for a term.
  • 45. Results show each class in which the search term occurs…
  • 46. Select a result to see the class in full…
  • 47. Click any term to go directly to the corresponding sense in the dictionary.
  • 48. 5. Categories
  • 49. ‘Categories’ lets you explore the English language… …by subject area… …types of language use… …English around the world… …or the roots of English.
  • 50. Select a category…
  • 51. …to see all the relevant terms in the OED.
  • 52. 6. Timelines
  • 53. Explore the development of the English language over time…
  • 54. …by subject area…
  • 55. …English around the world…
  • 56. …or the roots of English.
  • 57. Select a category…
  • 58. …to view its timeline.
  • 59. Hover over for more information, or click to go to full results.
  • 60. Any set of results can be viewed as a timeline...
  • 61. …and you can carry on refining a search in this view.
  • 62. 7. Sources
  • 63. Find out about the sources of the OED’s quotation evidence…
  • 64. …from Beowulf to the Daily Mail… …magazines, letters, diaries…
  • 65. …travellers, novelists, naturalists… …and at least one alchemist.
  • 66. Browse or sort the list…
  • 67. …or search by name…
  • 68. Select a source to see full details...
  • 69. Each source record gives information about the writer or work… …analysis of works quoted in the OED…
  • 70. …and indexes to entries and senses where each quotation appears.
  • 71. Thank you for taking the OED Online tour. Visit OED Online at www.oed.com More information at www.oed.com/public/about Subscription information at www.oed.com/public/howtosub

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