If you need data for your Social Science research then you should come to next Thursday’s Bodleian iSkills workshop on Social Science Data Archives and Statistical Databases. The workshop will cover both macro and micro data sources including national data archives, subscription services and databases available at Oxford University, economic and business data and more. The session which will be led by the Bodleian Libraries Data Librarian and will not only introduce the main databases and tools but also discuss how to use them effectively in your research.
Booking for this workshop which will take place on Thursday 3 November 14.00-16.00 at the Social Science Library is essential.
Calling all researchers looking for statistical data (or creating their own data) in the Social Sciences. This Friday Bodleian Libraries will be running a workshop looking at key data archives for tracking down statistical data to support your research and how to access and cite the data that you find.
In addition, we will talk about Oxford’s own data repository, ORA-Data where you can deposit any data that you generate as part of your own research.
The workshop will take place Friday 28 Ocotober 9.15-12.15 at IT Services, 13 Banbury Road. Please be sure to book your place online.
Social Science data services provide archives of data for use by researchers and students. To find out more, come along to Bodleian Libraries workshop, “WISER: Social Sciences Data Services” on Tuesday 20 Novemeber 2.00-4.00 pm. The session will provide an overview of the available services and exercises with the Economic and Social Data Service and ICPSR (Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research).
Please book your place online.