Tag Archives: E-resources

Moving from research question to literature review in Archaeology

Are you a Postgraduate student in Archaeology?
Do you need to undertake a literature review as part of your dissertation or thesis?

We offer a FREE workshop to take you through the process – from looking at your initial research question to producing a literature review.

Subjects to be covered include:

  •     The literature review process
  •     Effective searching
  •     Key databases and eResources
  •     Using citations and bibliometrics
  •     Using alerts

There will be a practical element, with a chance to have a go at these things with the Librarian there to help.  There will also be a workbook available to take away.

Book online for:
Bodleian iSkills: Moving from research question to literature review in Archaeology
Wednesday 25 April 14.00-16.00

Calling Philosophy and Theology students

Are you making the most of e-resources for Theology and Philosophy?  Are you sure?    On Wednesday 5 June 14.00-15.30, Bodleian Libraries will be running a WISER session on E-resources for Theology and Philosophy.   This session will be especially suitable for  undergraduates working on a thesis or extended essay. However, its also open to all other levels of study as a refresher.    The session will cover bibliographical databases, primary texts and Bible studies, and will include new databases such as 20th Century Theologians. Please be sure to book your place online.