Bodleian iSkills is a series of workshops covering information discovery and searching for scholarly materials, keeping up to date with research, using reference management tools, research data management and open access publishing. For Michaelmas term, most of the workshops will continue to run online.
These sessions are primarily aimed at Oxford University students (predominantly Researchers) and staff but check the ‘intended audience’ field in the course description before booking, as some are open to a wider audience.
Workshops taking place in 3rd Week:
RefWorks is a web based reference management tool for Windows and Macs which helps you to collect and manage references and insert them into your Word document as in-text citations or footnotes and generate bibliographies. This online introduction to RefWorks is open to all University of Oxford students and staff.
Who is this session for? Oxford Students, researchers and other staff.
Bodleian iSkills: Getting started in Oxford Libraries (Wed 27 Oct 10.00-12.00)
An online introduction to getting started in Oxford libraries. This workshop will feature live demonstrations and hands on activities on how to use SOLO, the University’s resource discovery tool. We will search for a range of material and show you how to get hold of what you want to read. There will be regular breaks for questions.
Who is this session for? All Oxford Library users.
You may also wish to browse workshop handouts, materials, recorded webinars and video tutorials for iSkills Workshops. These are organised by subject: