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Workshops and Classes: Bodleian iSkills Handouts

Handouts index A-Z by course title

Handouts

Handouts and presentation slides appear on this page after eachiskills logo workshop title, and there is an index on the left of this page.

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Archives and modern papers for Social Sciences and History

Authors, copyright and open access: making it work for you

Discovering archives at the Bodleian

E-books and E-book Readers

Effective database strategies for Modern Languages research/ using the MLA Bibliography

Finding information for your research in... Engineering & Computer Science; Chemistry & Materials; Maths & Physics

Finding stuff - scholarly literature for your research

Getting started in Oxford Libraries

Google for academic research

How to make CC licences work for you

Information resources for Film

Information resources for Modern Global History

Information sources for African Studies

An Introduction to mapping and spatial anaysis using GIS

Keeping up to date with research

Newspapers & other online resources 17th - 21st centuries

Online resources for Modern European languages

Open Access: New Wellcome Trust Policy

Picture this! Using Creative Commons images in your teaching

Referencing: Choosing and using software (formerly Tech Tools - Reference Management)


For more information about reference management software see our Reference Management guide.

Referencing: Zotero

Research Metrics and citation analysis tools

In addition to the presentations below from our Research Metrics workshop, have a look at our Bibliometrics LibGuide.

Sources for Medievalists

Sources for US history

UK Parliamentary & Government Materials

Using Oxford Libraries Remotely

Your thesis, copyright and ORA

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