General workshops and classes
These workshops focus on general skills and resources which can be used across a wide range of disciplines.
WISER Workshops (Workshops in Information Skills and Electronic Resources)
This programme is designed to help you to make effective use of scholarly materials. We cover
Subject based workshops and classes
The workshops below focus on a particular subject area or are provided for a specific Division, Faculty or Department. Please check "who may attend" to find out if you are eligible to attend these workshops.
Education - Information Skills Training for Education
Who may attend? These courses are designed primarily for Department of Education students. Other students and researchers in the University are welcome to attend if there is space, and should contact Kate Williams, to discuss which session would be most appropriate for their needs
English Language and Literature - English Faculty Library Information Skills Training Programme
Who may attend? - Faculty of English students (undergraduates and postgraduate research and taught course students), Oxford University affiliated Visiting Students studying English Literature & Language.
Geography and Earth Science - see the Radcliffe Science Library Research Skills Training Programme
History - Information Skills Programme
Who may attend? All members of Oxford University History Faculty may attend the various sessions as advertised and as is most appropriate. Members of other Faculties may attend if there is space and upon arrangement. Please contact Isabel Holowaty for more information.
Who may attend? Although the sessions are designed primarily for law students, other students and researchers with an interest in the subject can attend. If uncertain then contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Languages - Taylor Institution Library Research Skills for Graduates | Taylor Institution Library Survival Sessions for undergraduates
Who may attend? Graduate sessions - Graduate members of the faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages. Undergraduate survival sessions - Graduate members of the faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages