The collections held in the Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM) are of universal significance, representing the history, science, culture and knowledge of all major global civilisations. Each institution is a centre for research and teaching, providing valuable resources for students and researchers from Oxford and around the globe.
For questions about a collection or to organise a research visit, please contact the relevant individual institution.
To gain access to the Bodleian Libraries as a reader, please visit the Getting a Reader's Card pages of the Bodleian website.
Ashmolean University Engagement Programme (UEP)
Established in 2012 with funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the UEP works with departments across the University to enhance the impact of teaching and learning through objects.
Launched in 2016, the Oxford University Museums are currently running an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Collaborative Doctoral Partnership Programme offering three fully funded doctoral studentships per year.
The Centre for Digital Scholarship is a hub for engaging and inspiring people at all career stages and from across the disciplinary breadth of the University in innovative digital technologies and multidisciplinary academic practice.
The Centre for the Study of the Book provides a common ground for scholars and librarians with shared interests in understanding, documenting and interpreting the intellectual and material history of the book.