Medical Sciences

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  1. event | Oxford only

    At this hands-on session, graduate researchers in Medical Science are invited to try out some IT and library skills and services to support their work.

  2. hands-on task | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    This task will give you a flavour of how Excel might be used to collate and organise data and to carry out calculations and analysis

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    This task will give you a flavour of how RefWorks can be used to cite those references into your own word-processed documents and papers, and to automatically assemble bibliographies.

  4. hands-on task | Oxford only

    Oxford Research Archive, ORA, is a permanent and secure online archive of research output produced by members of the University of Oxford

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    GIMP is a free program that you can use for photo retouching, image composition and image authoring

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    PubMed doesn’t cover every medical journal. If you want to do a comprehensive literature search you need to use other bibliographic databases too

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    Audacity is a cross-platform, free program for recording and editing sound. This task will show you how to record your own voice using simple and inexpensive equipment.

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    Use EndNote to build a library of the papers, books and other text you encounter in your research. EndNote also helps you insert citations to those works into your own word-processed documents and papers.

  9. hands-on task | Publicly viewable | v. 2013

    Microsoft Office Word is a word processing program with many advanced functions that will save researchers time.

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    Alerting services allow you to receive notifications of new publications by email or by RSS feed

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    The Journal Citation Report rank sets of journals in science and social science by measuring the frequency of citation of their articles. In this task you will use find Journal Impact factors and learn about the h-index, a personal impact factor.

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    Bibliographical databases allow you to search for papers on your research topic across a range of journals and other resources. These tasks can guide you through databases and citation indexes specific to your subject area.