Free workshops to help you develop your research & information skills
As part of the Bodleian iSkills programme the Bodleian Health Care Libraries offer a variety of workshops throughout the year aimed at supporting those doing research in the Medical Sciences Division. All of our workshops are free and open to both Medical Sciences Division members and OUH staff (unless otherwise stated).
Browse this guide to see the workshops we are offering over Michaelmas term (September-December 2018). University members can book onto the workshops by clicking the booking link and entering their Single Sign On. OUH staff can book their place by e-mailing email@example.com from their OUH e-mail address.
Other Bodleian iSkills workshops take place in town and are open to University members only.
If you have any questions regarding our training programme please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Cairns Library, Level 3, John Radcliffe Hospital, Headington
Knowledge Centre, Old Road Campus Research Building, Old Road Campus, Headington
NOC Library, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Headington
Horton Library, Horton Hospital, Banbury
Learn how to formulate strategic searches and apply them to databases, how to keep up to date with new developments in your research area, and other top tips to help you through your DPhil. Click here for more details.
In addition to the Bodleian iSkills workshops listed on these pages, our Outreach Team offer free training sessions, either individually or in a group, to help you develop your search skills - from beginner to advanced level.
We can also carry out literature searches for you to help your, or if you are studying, we can offer training to help you find articles and references for your essay or dissertation. Click here for more details.