The Bodleian Libraries has over 624,000 e-books, with titles in all subject areas, but do you feel confident in finding and using them? This workshop will cover finding e-books and how to use and manipulate them including borrowing entire books, downloading chapters, using them on computers, tablets and other devices and making annotations. Please note that this workshop will focus on finding and using e-versions of books. The subsequent session iSkills-E-Book Readers will look at devices and apps for reading e-books such as Kindle and Nook.
|Intended audience||Postgraduates, Researchers, Academics, Library Staff and anyone interested in the topic|
|Prior knowledge||Basic familiarity with the Internet/Windows applications.|
|Resources||Brief notes are supplied at no charge|
|Software||Standard internet browser|
|Format||Presentation with practical exercises|
|Where next?||See other workshops in the iSkills programme or contact your subject librarian for assistance.|
Frequency: This course runs subject to demand. Express an interest in future dates for this course.