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EFL training and workshops

This page is constantly updated throughout the academic year, please keep checking back to see what other courses we have on offer.

Most of our training takes place in the EFL IT Training Room. See the Main Library floorplan for details of how to access this room.

 

Other relevant training programmes

To view the full programme of WISER and other workshops see: WISER AND OTHER WORKSHOPS

WISER Humanities

These practical workshops are designed to help you find your way around the key resources offered by the Library Services. The workshops are free and will usually take place each lunchtime on Fridays, 12.30-1.30 at OUCS. Book online via the OUCS Course website. Please cancel your place if you cannot attend.

If you would like further information or advice as to which session would be most useful for you, please email usered@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

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Making the most of the Bodleian
All sessions are general ones, providing a practical introduction to the Bodleian within the context of the Bodleian Libraries, with hands-on guidance in the use of the online catalogue, the automated stack request system, and the electronic resources accessed through OxLIP+.

Undergraduates and visiting students do not need to attend these sessions, as their timetabled library inductions (even if not held at the Bodleian) will cover the same skills and knowledge.
Making the most of the Bodleian timetable

 

English undergraduates - Hilary Term 2014 training programme

For Prelims Paper 1:

Using online resources for Paper 1

Week 4: Friday 3pm – 4pm (14th February)

Week 5: Wednesday 12 noon – 1pm (19th February)

 An introductory session on using electronic resources in support of your Paper 1 work, to assist you with:

  • Useful online resources for Paper 1, such as text analysis software, corpora, OED;
  • Using full-text electronic resources:

-       to find original texts,

-       as concordances.

These information skills sessions will be held in the IT training room. To book a place on ONE of these sessions, please email: efl-enquiries@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

For FHS Paper 2:

iBard: Using online resources for Shakespeare studies

Week 3: Thursday 3pm – 4pm (6th February)

An interactive session to help you get the most out of electronic full-text and critical resources for Shakespeare, including:

  •  Using electronic editions of Shakespeare to perform thematic searches, to research use of source material, and to check quotations quickly;
  • Finding useful (and high-demand) critical texts and journal articles online.

This information skills session will be held in the IT training room. To book a place on this session, please email: efl-enquiries@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

 

Postgraduate classes - Hilary Term 2014

Information skills training for postgraduates, HT 2014

Research Skills Toolkit for English (1st week)

 10.00 - 12.00 Wednesday 22nd January

This free, hands-on workshop is an opportunity to learn about a broad range of resources in one time-efficient session. The two-hour workshop 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.

Venue: IT Services. To book a place: https://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/STK

 

 

Upcoming WISER workshops and training

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