Due to the Covid19 breakout, the Bodleian Libraries has closed all of its library sites as of 5pm on Tuesday 17th March 2020 until further notice. While our physical services are suspended, we are continuing to provide, and expanding, our digital services.
Please find information on the RSL Services and on our increased digital services here: http://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/2020/03/19/bodleian-libraries-closure/.
My contact details are still the same and I will continue 1-1 consultations and small group training remotely.
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The Radcliffe Science Library provides extensive collections
of printed materials and electronic resources for science.
RSL is one of the main research libraries, part of the Bodleian Libraries at Oxford.
Visit our web site to learn about library services, reading rooms, computer facilities, consultations,
research support, and training courses.
The Radcliffe Science Library building is now closed for refurbishment until summer 2021. The Bodleian Libraries science library services will operate the Vere Harmsworth Library while work on redeveloping the RSL takes place. More information is available here - https://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/rsl-refurbishment
This guide provides links to research information sources for Physics.
If you are starting project or a dissertation, you will need to find information about previous publications in your research field.
Start by searching electronic databases such as Web of Science. Bibliographic databases index thousands of journals and provide references to journal articles, books, conference proceedings, technical reports ...
You can access all electronic resources using SOLO discovery platform.
All graduate induction and training sessions for Hilary term 2020 are listed at https://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/science/training/rsl-graduate-induction.
Bodleian iSkills Workshops training provide general sessions for all students and researchers at University of Oxford.