Key resources for historians

Next week Bodleian Libraries will be running 3 workshops for historians.  More details below –  please click on the title to book a place

Bodleian iSkills: Online resources for Historians (Tue 1 May 14.00-15.15) – A general introduction to the vast range of electronic resources which are available for all historical periods of British and West European history including bibliographical databases; biographical and reference research aids; ebooks and ejournals; web portals; and collections of online primary source materials.
Who is this session for? Undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers.

Bodleian iSkills: Sources for US History (Tue 1 May 15.30-17.00) – An introduction to key information sources for the study of colonial America and US history. The session will provide an overview of the primary sources available in Oxford and online (such as early printed books, US newspapers and US government papers), as well as guidance on locating material for your research.
Who is this session for? Undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers.

Bodleian iSkills: Information sources for African Studies (Wed 2 May 10.00-11.30) – This session will introduce key information sources for African Studies. You will be shown useful finding tools to locate relevant material via SOLO and how to search them, as well as important portals and gateways to libraries and archives of online primary texts. There will be time for a brief hands-on.
Who is this session for? Undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers.

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