Working on your thesis? Do you have right research and information skills? Do you need to brush up your Français?
Second year undergraduate historians currently working towards their theses are encouraged to attend newly announced training sessions for Trinity Term. They will provide you with valuable information and support sure to stand you in good stead for your research.
The programme on offer aims to help you with locating and utilising a variety of source materials, whilst equipping you with knowledge on some of the key research tools available. Workshops scheduled include:
- Research Skills
- Online resources for Historians
- Sources for US History
- Information Sources for African Studies
- Sources for Medievalists
Aside from highlighting some of the key resources available locally, these sessions will also provide opportunities for refreshing and upgrading information searching skills. There will be chances to explore databases, e-journals and web portals, along with advanced searches in SOLO and the benefits of using RefWorks to manage your citations during dissertation research. Staff will be on hand to provide step-by-step demonstrations, with opportunities for putting theory into practice also provided.
For further details on these workshops, along with booking information, please visit the HFL website.
Can’t come to a course?
The handouts and slides of sessions will be made available on HFL WebLearn > Guides & presentations.
Need specialist help?
Isabel Holowaty, Bodleian History Librarian is happy to discuss what sources and literature searching tools are best suited to anybody studying British and Western European history. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a 1:1.
If you are studying history outside Britain and West Europe, find your subject specialist here.
Do you have the right language skills?