Results from the Researcher Development Framework

11 resource(s) found!
  • This online skills course for members of Oxford University provides an introduction to the issues surrounding plagiarism.

    It will help you to acquire some of the necessary skills and judgement to apply to your academic work and publications.
    This is the certification course recommended by the Education Committee and the divisions.

  • ""

  • This one-hour session is aimed at postgraduate students and provides support in learning how to avoid unintentional plagiarism. You will have a chance to put a piece of your own writing through Turnitin, and interpret the resulting report. (Note that specialist discipline-specific guidance is not provided.)

  • This site provides information, tools, videos and guidance for students about plagiarism and the use of Turnitin.

  • ""

  • An introduction to good practice in research, including links to related University of Oxford policy and guidance. Includes topics on designing, conducting and reporting on your research, and on responsibilities to society.

    A series of online courses provided by the Research Services team.


  • A series of online courses were previously licensed for University of Oxford users.

    For more information about these, please contact Frances Wayman in Education Policy Support

  • Creating an online presence can open up your research and teaching (or any interest!) to a global audience and is now essential in promoting yourself professionally to the outside world. This 3-hour workshop offers a comprehensive introduction to online presence and also gives a supported environment for you to plan, create, and add to your own projects.

  • Inkpath is a personal skills tracking app.

    Did you know that, as an Oxford researcher, you get a FREE licence to use Inkpath, and can take it with you when you leave? With Inkpath you can:

    •     Discover activities, resources and guidance from across Oxford, relevant to you

    •     Adopt goals and pathways curated by Oxford’s Divisions

  • A recorded webinar providing guidance for organisations on creating and maintaining an accessibility policy, including:

  • This recorded webinar provides an introduction to key aspects of web accessibility relevant to website content editors and authors.