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The Graduate Training information site in WebLearn has been expanded to advertise training opportunities for graduate students provided by all the academic divisions and departments as well as the Libraries, IT Services, Careers Service, Language Centre. Students are able to … Continue reading
In February, the DaMaRO Project ran its first face-to-face training events. These included a half-day Introduction to Research Data Management course, which we offered twice, to members of two of the University of Oxford’s academic divisions (Medical Sciences, and Mathematical, … Continue reading
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200 research students attended a free hands-on workshop at IT Services last week. They each tried out a range of tasks with library & IT tools and services to support their research and study. Watch a quick video of a … Continue reading
Our course booking system now includes training from the Bodleian and (former) BSP. Explore the range of IT and information skills courses available.
In the OUSU Review of Postgraduate Research Student Provision – Hilary Term 2012 OUCS courses received good feedback across the board. “OUCS in particular got near-universal positive feedback on its courses. Many students across the University commended the courses OUCS provide, … Continue reading
Develop a skill? Grow your knowledge and understanding? Sort out your reading list? To mark the 2012 Leap Year all courses at OUCS on February the 29th are FREE. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Courses in LTG help you to work smarter. Our AECDL course is popular every year.”Since taking the spreadsheets and word processing courses I am now able to use these programmes much more effectively in my work.” Book now