Michaelmas Term 2018
Library Inductions and Finding Research Information Training courses are scheduled in
Weeks 1-3. Courses are organised for new students starting undergraduate, postgraduate taught course or doctoral research and provide Introduction to Library Services and subject collections
(print and electronic).
Courses are often pre-arranged with the department, so you just need to join your group session.
If you have not received information about library courses, visit the Radcliffe Science Library Training
webpage to find your specific session or contact your subject librarian.
Further general and practical courses program can be found at Bodleian iSkills Workshops.
Research Information Training courses are organised by subject librarians in HT and TT2018.
Your subject librarian is:
Ljilja Ristic MScChem PGLIS MCLIP
Radcliffe Science Library
This guide is intended to introduce members of the Statistcs Department to core library resources and services for subjects including statistics, probability and biostatistics.
The Radcliffe Science Library (RSL) provides the main collections of books for statistics. The RSL can be accessed by all members of the Oxford University. The library also provides a wide collection of electronic resources which can be accessed both on and off-campus by University of Oxford members.
The Statistics Library, based in the Department of Statistics, offers additional resources which are available to members of the Statistics Department.
This guide will introduce you too some of the core resources in statistics, biostatistics and probability that are available to you, especially our electronic resources. The types of materials you can access include -
Use the tabs at the top of the guide to quickly move to the type of resources you want.
Many of the resources mentioned in this LibGuide are accessed electronically.
If you are in the library or a University Department you can access all the electronic content the library subscribes to without using your single sign-on (SS0) credentials.
A number of databases and other electronic resources which are available through the Bodleian Libraries will require you to log-on if you are off Campus. To do this please use your SSO login.
If you are a member of the university and do not have a SSO login, please go to the IT Services website for instructions.