In software we don't have access to complete Oracles (a mechanism for determining whether the program passed or failed) only partial ones. This means we can only ever verify some aspect of the test output. This might be why whatever book you are reading says they are the same, because they are.
I haven't heard the term "Self Check Oracles" but I have heard the term "Self Verifying Data Oracle", which is about generating data in a way that can be checked for integrity, usually by using some "key" to tag the data and later using the key to verify data correctness. See Doug Hoffmans work here for more.
Doug Hoffman has some really interesting materials & research on Oracles. In one of his more recent published sets of slides you can see he's identified or summarized 13 different test oracles. I recommend checking out his publications here.