If you’re new to Oxford and it’s many libraries (or have been here for a while but have a sneaking suspicion that you’re not making the most of the libraries), then come along to our iSkills workshop, Getting started in Oxford Libraries.
We will be covering:
- Which libraries you may use, which cover your subject, which allow you to borrow….are warm…have nice views/natural light/cafes/interesting architecture/bookable rooms…are open on Sundays and more
- How to find and make the most of our print collections and our e-books, e-journals and databases using SOLO, OxLIP+ and LibGuides
- Accessing the wide range of research support services available to you from Bodleain Libraries
- Where to get help
- a literature searching taster session
This workshop runs monthly with the next session taking place Monday 20 February 14.00-17.00 at the Bodleian Social Science Library. Please book your place online.
New to the University’s libraries, or still unsure if you are getting the most out of them?
Come to our workshop on getting started in Oxford Libraries. We will give you an introduction to Oxford Libraries including guidance on which libraries to use; accessing e-journals and other online resources; SOLO and other finding aids and making the most of Library services. This workshop will help you settle into using libraries at the University of Oxford with confidence.
- Which libraries to use: Finding out which libraries you may use and which cover your subject
- Using SOLO to find printed and online books, journals and other materials
- Using the Print, Copy and Scan (PCAS) service
- Using your own laptop or device in the Library
- How the libraries can help you – getting advice on searching, reading lists, current awareness, reference management, open access, research data management and more.
- Opportunities for questions
Book online for Bodleian iSkills: Getting started in Oxford Libraries
(Tuesday 2nd February 10.00-12.00; repeated Wednesday 2nd March 9.30-11.30)