Upcoming workshops in Hilary Term 2019
Our courses are FREE, but booking online is essential - please click on the links to book online
Please note that this weekend, Sat 2nd - Sun 3rd February, a major upgrade to the University network is planned which may impact on the course booking system at some point. If you find this weekend that you are unable to book on a workshop, please try again on Monday 4th Feb.
Booking is open for Open Access Oxford Week 4-8 March 2019, in the last week of the spring term. This year’s programme covers developments in a variety of areas: the convergence of open access, education, data & culture; academic books and open access; learned societies and the transition to open access. We’ll be watching ‘Paywall: the movie’ and playing the ‘Publishing Trap’ board game. We have speakers from around the university and from Wikimedia UK, Research England, Manchester University Press, Oxford University Press, UK Copyright Literacy and Universities UK.
All events are free and open to all current Oxford University staff and students, especially academics and researchers, research students, research administrators and librarians.
Click here to see the full week's programme of workshops and drop-in sessions.
Handouts are uploaded to the Bodleian iSkills Handouts Page
Bodleian iSkills is a series of free information skills workshops designed to help postgraduates and researchers find and make effective use of scholarly publications and other materials. We cover :
Where can I view the timetable? View the timetable by selecting the Workshops by Date tab above.
Who may attend? All members of the University and Bodleian Library Readers. Some individual workshops are designed for particular groups (e.g. postgraduates). Check the individual sessions in the Workshops by Date tab above.
Cost - all iSkills sessions are free.
Booking a place - Booking is essential. Use the online booking links for each session in the Workshops by Date tab above. When you make your booking, you will be prompted to sign in with your Oxford single sign on (SSO) username. All current members of Oxford University should have an SSO, but Bodleian Libraries readers who are not current members of Oxford University will not have an SSO. If you do not have a SSO but would like to attend a course please contact User Education and we will book a place on your behalf.
Handouts - are available from the handouts page after each session.