"IT and library skills and services for your research". This free hands-on workshop is an opportunity to learn about a broad range of resources in one time-efficient session. The two-hour session focuses on the skills and tools that will streamline your academic work. You will encounter a variety of online tools and services to support your research. Relevant software, online services and libraries techniques are on offer for you to try out. You will also meet with subject specialists for help and guidance on further training. Skills Toolkit is an initiative run jointly by the Bodleian Libraries and IT Services.
- ORA Oxford Research Archive and copyright
- Literature searching using key bibliographic databases
- Keeping up to date with the latest research
- Free software for image or audio manipulation, and more
- Plagiarism and how to avoid it
- EndNote for managing citations
- Dissertations and theses full text on the Proquest platform
- Managing your thesis with Word
- Analysing data with Excel pivot tables
|Intended audience||First-year higher-degree researchers and students. This session is designed for those working in Oriental Studies, although it would interest those from other divisions who are unable to attend their own session/s.|
|Prior knowledge||No prior knowledge of IT and library tools is assumed, apart from a general familiarity with web browsing and opening/closing computer documents|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Further information||Visit the website www.skillstoolkit.ox.ac.uk to explore a much wider variety of tools, with links to more resources, courses, tutorials and discussion of their strengths and usefulness|
Frequency: This course runs subject to demand. Express an interest in future dates for this course.