In addition to workshops on reference management, the following sessions are also coming up on the Bodleian's iSkills programme:
Open Access Oxford - what's happening?
Thursday 21st January 11.00-12.00; repeated Thursday 18th February 14.00-15.00 and Tuesday 1st March 11.00-12.00
A briefing on open access publishing and Oxford's position: Green vs. Gold; funder mandates and publisher policies; Oxford Research Archive (ORA) and Symplectic; OA website/ helpline; what's new.
Who is this session for? Research support staff, administrators and librarians, researchers and academics.
Presenter: Juliet Ralph
Venue: Radcliffe Science Library
Moving from research question to literature review in the Social Sciences
Thursday 28th January 14.00-16.00
This 2 hour workshop will be invaluable for researchers hoping to find suitable literature for their literature review, for which a well constructed set of search terms and an understanding of online search engines are prerequisites. This workshop will allow researchers to use their own research questions to build a search and apply it to a range of databases. Techniques for structuring a search will be explained, an overview of key online resources for the social sciences will be given , major search tools will be explored, and strategies for approaching large results sets and sourcing papers will be discussed. This practical workshop will involve paper exercises and online activities using attendees own research topics.
Who is this session for? All DPhil Students and Research Staff in the Social Sciences
Presenters: Helen Worrell and Craig Finlay
Venue: Social Science Library, Manor Road
To book a free place on either of these sessions, click on the relevant link above (you will need your Single Sign On username and password to complete the booking process). Bodleian Reader's card holders who are not University members can book iSkills sessions by emailing the User Education team.