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Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics: Training

Guide to Oxford University library resources, facilities and services for DPAG.

Graduate and Post-Doc training

The research process

Engage is a really useful site covering all aspects of the research process in Biosciences:

  • getting started
  • reviewing literature
  • planning your research
  • statistical analysis
  • writing up & presenting your research

Brush up your information skills

iSkills Programme

The information skills programme runs each term. Topics covered include:

  • Reference management.
  • Using bibliographic databases.
  • Using the library catalogue.
  • Accessing e-books and e-journals.
  • Citations and bibliometrics.
  • Tools for finding journals, maps, theses, conference proceedings and other types of document.

View the course programme on the iSkills page.

You'll be informed of the termly Research Skills Toolkit workshops through Weblearn. This programme offers two-hour sessions combining IT and library tools to support researchers.

IT Services

IT Services provide a wide range of courses throughout the year covering the use of software packages and operating systems, programming, and research and reference management tools. Full details of courses and the booking procedure can be found on the IT and Information Skills course catalogue.

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Subject Librarian for Medical Sciences

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