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
The Radcliffe Science Library building is now closed for refurbishment until summer 2021. The Bodleian Libraries science library services will operate the Vere Harmsworth Library while work on redeveloping the RSL takes place. More information is available here - https://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/rsl-refurbishment
Please find more information about the Science Libraries Services in the VHL here: https://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/rsl-at-vhl
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:
All graduate induction and Research Skills training sessions for Michaelmas Term 2020 have been arranged with Departments and will be delivered online.
Bodleian iSkills Workshops training provide general sessions for all students and researchers at University of Oxford.
Consultation service for all Computer Science students and research staff
Please contact Alessandra at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to arrange a bespoke session tailored to your needs. Sessions are for individuals or small research groups and can be held at the RSL or at the Computer Science Department.
Session topics include:
The Science & Medical Libraries are published in the MSD divisional e-newsletter, Oxford Sci News newsletter. Issues include upcoming training and events, new acquisitions, updates on project developments, updates on online resources and useful reminders for busy researchers and students.