This guide will provide you with information about resources available through the Bodleian Libraries to help support learning, teaching, and research in Computer Science. Each tab is devoted to particular types of resources or tools. Click on one to find out more.
Your subject librarian, Alessandra Vetrugno, is based at the Radcliffe Science Library. Please contact her for more information regarding:
The Computer Science department (Parks Rd.) also hosts its own special library collection, holding post-graduate level publications on algorithms, formal verification, programming languages, security and software engineering. All its books appear in the SOLO catalogue.
Tel.: (0)1865 273837
Training sessions for MT 2017 - 2018
Cyber Security CDT students:
Tuesday 3rd October 2 - 3.15pm – Finding research information – RSL Training Room
All Postgraduate students:
Monday 2nd October 10.50 - 11.05 – Library services induction - Computer Science Department Lecture Theatre B
Computer Science DPhil students:
Tuesday 3rd October 10 -11.30am – Finding research information – RSL Training Room
Thursday 5th October 4 - 5.15pm – Finding research information – Computer Science Department Room 379
Computer Science MSc Students:
Monday 2nd October 2 - 2.30pm - Induction and RSL tour - RSL Training Room
Monday 2nd October 2.30 - 3pm - Induction and RSL tour - RSL Training Room
Computer Science Undergraduate Students:
1st year undergraduates – Thursday 12th October, 1-1.15pm - How to read your reading list - RSL Training Room
3rd/ 4th year undergraduates – Monday, 16th October, 1 – 1.30pm - Finding research information for your final project – RSL Training Room
3rd/ 4th year undergraduates – Friday, 27th October, 1 – 1.30pm - Finding research information for your final project– RSL Training Room
The complete program of RSL Training is available here:
The Science & Medical Libraries publish a monthly newsletter, The Science and Medicine Dispatch with news from the RSL, Health Care, Sherardian and Alexander libraries. Issues include upcoming training and events, new acquisitions, updates on project developments, updates on online resources and useful reminders for busy researchers and students.
If Oxford doesn't have the article or book you want, get hold of it with our Document Supply service (link below). It's cheaper than buying direct off the web!