Bodleian iSkills workshops aim to develop your skills in information discovery and scholarly communications, covering a variety of resources across a wide range of disciplines. They are primarily aimed at University of Oxford students and staff. Some workshops take place face-to-face, whilst others are run online.
The workshops are FREE but online booking is essential. A list of the sessions taking place this term can be found on the iSkills Workshops webpage.
Workshops taking place in 6th Week:
Referencing: EndNote (Tues 31 May 10:00-12:00)
EndNote 20 is a desktop-based reference management tool for Windows and Mac users. The workshop will cover: what Endnote can do for you; adding references to Endnote from a range of sources; managing your references in an EndNote library; adding in-text citations and/or footnotes to your essays and papers; creating bibliographies
Who is this session for? Oxford students, researchers and other staff. For anyone in the Medical Sciences, we run Endnote workshops in the ‘iSkills for Medical Sciences and OUH Trust’ series, which are listed on our iSkills workshops page when they are available.
DIY tools for small scale web archiving (Weds 1 June 11:00-12:00)
This online session introduces DIY tools that can be used for capturing your own web archives at a small scale. This is an interactive, practical session which aims to get you confident with using these tools and builds on the workshop ‘Introduction to web archives for research use’ which took place Thurs 12 May.
Who is this session for? Undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and University staff.