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Pathology: Training

Guide to Oxford University library resources, facilities and services for students and staff in Pathology.
Subjects: Pathology

Library events

Upcoming library classes & events for  Science & Medicine:

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Software Courses

IT Services (13 Banbury Road) runs a range of courses on many software applications and tools which you may use as part of your work.

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Graduate and Post-Doc training

Brush up your Information Skills

The Bodleian Libraries and IT Services provide a range of training on topics from how to find material in the library through to the use of statistics software packages. You can find the latest information under the 'Training' menu on the RSL Website.

'Making the Most of the RSL' induction

If you're new to Oxford or simply in need of a refresher on how best to use our resources, why not attend one of our weekly 'introductions' at the Radcliffe Science Library:

  • Mondays 9.30 – 10.30 a.m. (except on Bank Holidays)
  • Thursdays 2.15 – 3.15 p.m.

These are a general introduction to the Bodleian Libraries, the use of the Online Catalogue (SOLO) and Electronic Resources available in Oxford.

Click here for booking information.

Iskills Training

The Iskills programme runs each term. Topics covered include

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

IT Services

IT Services provide courses throughout the year covering the use of software packages, operating systems, programming and research and reference management tools. Full details and booking procedure can be found on the IT Learning Programme Website.

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The research process

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