Research Skills Toolkit

—   Limited spaces, book your place now   — IT Services and Bodleiean Libraries  offer a free hands-on workshop for research students introducing key tools, techniques and resources. Topics covered in this 2 hour session include: Reference management software Literature searching … Continue reading

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Skills Toolkit

The Research Skills Toolkit is a collaboration between the IT Learning Programme and the Bodleian Libraries. It offers postgraduate and post-doc researchers a range of transferable IT and Library Information skills and tools, that will support their research while at … Continue reading

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A successful initative

Our initiative to involve Oxford University in the national celebrations of ‘Learning at Work ‘ day  2013 was a great success. All the training providers across the University pulled together to contribute to a day of workshops at IT Services … Continue reading

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Digital.Humanities@Oxford Summer School 2013

The Digital.Humanities@Oxford Summer School (DHOXSS) is an annual training event taking place this year on 8 – 12 July 2013 at the University of Oxford for researchers, project managers, research assistants, and students of Digital Humanities. DHOXSS delegates are introduced … Continue reading

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Developing Study and Research Skills

Studying at postgraduate level often requires the development of new study and research skills, and if you have not studied for some time, you may also need to revisit and refresh skills you acquired at undergraduate level or on other … Continue reading

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students’ perception of staff skills

Students’ perceptions of the use of digital technologies by teaching staff at Oxford:  On average, students do not rate the competence and use of digital technologies displayed by teaching staff very highly. Students seem more likely to rate staff as … Continue reading

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