EFL training and workshops
Other relevant training programmes
Bodleian iSkills workshops and classes run every term and are designed to help you to make effective use of library and other information resources in print and online.
These practical workshops are free and will usually take place 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or join the mailing list: email@example.com
Bodleian iSkills timetable for this term
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Making the most of the Bodleian
These 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 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 - Michaelmas Term 2014 training programme
For Prelims Paper 1:
Using online resources for Prelims Paper 1
This session presents and explores different electronic resources available for the study of English Language, such as the OED, corpora and text analysis tools. Attendees will have the opportunity to follow along with live demonstrations and undertake in-class activities.
These sessions will run:
Week 5: Wednesday 12th November, 3-4pm
Week 7: Thursday 27th November, 10-11am
These information skills sessions will be held in the IT training room. To book a place on this session, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postgraduate classes - Michaelmas Term 2014
Information skills training for postgraduates, MT 2014
The programmes for Introduction to Resources for Doctoral Research in English (1550-1830 and 1800-present) will be issued by the convenors and will include some library sessions. See also the Research Skills Toolkits below.
MSt 650-1550 &MPhil:Research resources for Medieval Studies
Wk 2: 14:00 - 15:30 Friday 24th October
Venue: IT Training Room, EFL
Information Fair (MSt &PRS)
Wk 3: Drop in any time between 15:00 - 17:00 Wednesday 29th October
For one-to-one guidance from subject librarians (English, History), and special collections staff
Venue: North Writing School, Exam Schools, High Street
MSt (all post-1800 strands): How to find stuff for your research
Wk 3: 10:00 - 11:00 Thursday 30th October
Covers: MSS, archives, biographical resources, ephemera, full-text databases, newspapers and literary magazines, catalogues, bibliographies, journals and bibliographic databases.
Venue: Seminar Room K, St Cross Building
Research Skills Toolkits (PRS)
"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.
Research Skills Toolkits for Humanities
MT Wk 8: 10:00 - 12:00 Wednesday 3rd December
Venue: IT Services. To book a place: http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/STNA
Research Skills Toolkits for English
HT Wk 3: 10:00 - 12:00 Thursday 22nd January
Venue: IT Services. To book a place: http://courses.it.ox.ac.uk/detail/STK