A general online introduction to the vast range of electronic resources which are available for all historical periods of British and Western European history.
Who is this session for? Students, researchers, and anyone else interested in the subject.
One-to-one sessions for finding and accessing historical and present-day UK parliamentary and government material, including print and digital sources, and any relevant archival materials.
Who is this session for? History, Politics and other Social Sciences students. In particular, anyone just starting their postgraduate studies or new to using these materials.
In this online workshop you will be introduced to the principles underpinning the conduct of literature searches for systematic reviews and evidence syntheses.
Who is this session for? Students and Researchers in the Medical Sciences Division and OUH staff.
UKRI funded and need to know how to comply from 1st April 2022? In this focused online briefing, we will: step you through the changes and new requirements; provide links to further UKRI information and guidance; let you know where to find help at Oxford; answer as many questions as we can.
Who is this session for? Current Oxford researchers and academics, research support staff and librarians.
Information Skills Office
Research and Learning Support
University of Oxford
Keep an eye on our iSkills workshops page for upcoming workshops throughout the year and for our workshop handouts, live webinar recordings and pre-recorded video tutorials.