WISER Social Sciences: Bodleian Modern Political Papers.
Monday 25th February (week 7), 12.30 – 1.30, Social Science Library IT Room.
An introduction to the Bodleian Library collection of modern political papers including the Conservative Party Archive. Modern Papers offer a fascinating collection of original source material for historical and social science research especially for political researchers.
Helen Langley and Jeremy McIlwaine.
No need to book.
WISER Humanities: Early Printed Books: Part 2.
Thursday, 28 February (week 7), 12.30 – 1.30, OUCS, Banbury Road.
Continuing from Pt 1, this session aims to give readers further training in the use of EEBO and ECCO and introduce other key full-text e-resources for early printed books which are relevant to humanities subjects, esp. Making of the Modern World (MOMW) and Early American Imprints Ser. I (Evans). Hands-on practice will be offered.
WISER General: Remote access.
Friday, 29 February (week 7), 12.30 -1.30, OUCS, Banbury Road.
This session will help you to set up access to Oxford online resources from your home computer through passwords (Athens and Single-Sign On) and the Virtual Private Network. Information is also available in the guide “Access to online resources…” (see guides).
Judy Reading and Peter Higginbotham.
Full programme at: http://sers018.sers.ox.ac.uk/services/training/wiser
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