Oxford Research Archive

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  1. website | Oxford only

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

  2. 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

  3. article | Publicly viewable

    An article that helps you think about structuring your research data and ensuring that it's properly documented

  4. event | Oxford only

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

  5. course pack | Oxford only

    The Hierarchical File Server (HFS) is a university-wide backup service, open to all postgraduates and all staff. This course will give you an introduction to backing up your data to the HFS, using Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) software.

  6. article | Publicly viewable

    Your research data may well be a valuable resource in itself, so you may wish to consider sharing or archiving it

  7. 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.

  8. website | Publicly viewable

    SOLO is the principal search and discovery tool for Oxford Libraries

  9. event | Oxford only

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

  10. event | Oxford only

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

  11. hands-on task | Oxford only

    This task will show you how to use SOLO (Search Oxford Libraries Online) to search the print and electronic collections of the Bodleian Libraries and many College and other libraries associated with the University of Oxford, OxLIP+, the ORA and the Bodleian's Allegro catalogues

  12. website | Publicly viewable

    Have you ever wondered how to cite a television advert? Or what about an extract from a DVD? Do you ever need to provide advice to students or contributors about how to reference audiovisual content within their own work?

  13. article | Publicly viewable

    Here are some tips from our teachers, for effective working with Twitter.