Tag Archives: bibliographical databases

Starting your research in Modern Languages – help from the Taylor Institution Library

Bodleian Libraries is offering a practical introduction to searching for scholarly materials to support your research in Modern Languages. The workshop will focus on building a search to fit your research question, using relevant databases and evaluating your results.

This workshop is for any postgraduate students, researchers or academics in Modern Languages.  Attendance is free, but booking is required.  Book online at: http://ox.libguides.com/workshops/ModLangsresearch.


Key resources for Philosophy and Theology

The Philosophy and Theology Faculties Library will be running workshops in week 7 for undergraduates and others preparing to work on a thesis or extended essay.

The first WISER Information Skills in Theology will take place on Wednesday 11 June  14.00-15.30 and will focus on search skills, bibliographic databases for philosophy and religion and primary theological texts and tools for biblical studies.  Please book your place online.

The second workshop, WISER: Information Skills in Philosophy will take place on Friday 13 June 14.00-15.30 and will cover bibliographical databases for Philosophy, primary texts and encyclopedias of philosophy.  Please book your place online.

These courses are primarily designed for undergraduates. However, postgraduates and researchers who would like a refresher are also welcome to attend.

Both sessions will take place at IT Services, 13 Banbury Road.