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  1. course pack | Publicly viewable

    HTML, what's that? This is a beginners' class in creating simple web pages. You will learn how best to organise your content for readability and accessibility. You will also learn how to add simple styles to web pages to improve their presentation.

  2. course pack | Oxford only

    If you are new to web browsing, this self-study unit will help you to use popular aspects of the internet.

  3. playlist | Oxford only

    This on-line video-based course introduces some key ideas that you will find useful when preparing content for your website. The course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.

  4. website | Publicly viewable

    A major literature searching database in the Sciences, Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities, Web of Science can also be used to measure impact using citation data

  5. article | Publicly viewable

    Keeping up to date with new publications, research and news in your fields is a vital but time consuming task. RSS feeds can help by sending information to you automatically.

  6. hands-on task | Oxford only

    WebLearn is Oxford University’s VLE (Virtual Learning Environment), sometimes called a learning platform. These tasks will show you how to edit content in WebLearn, including upload images and creating surveys.

  7. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. CS6

    This course book and related exercise files will use Adobe Dreamweaver to show you how to add simple interactivity on your web pages and include multimedia such as flash animation and audio. We will also take a brief look at what multimedia features HTML5 makes available to us.

  8. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    The Web of Science is an online abstracting and indexing database which concentrates on the prestigious high-impact journals. Its strength lies in citation searching. This task will give you a flavour of how you might use the Web of Science in your research.

  9. article | Publicly viewable | v. X8

    Exercises in this course ask you to visit certain websites. Clickable web addresses are given here, so that you can go directly to them.

  10. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Learn to use HTML to create Web Pages that are efficient, easy to understand and reliable, with the open source editor "BlueFish"

  11. course pack | Oxford only

    PHP is a widely used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for web development and can be embedded into HTML.

  12. course pack | Oxford only

    Would you go out and leave your house or car unlocked… so why take the risk with your confidential information?

  13. course pack | Oxford only

    You’ve never been more at risk! Get some practical help with setting strong passwords, and then looking after them.

  14. course pack | Oxford only

    Do you really need to find out which Disney princess you are? Find out about the fraudulent attacks and scams that are rife in the social media world.

  15. course pack | Publicly viewable

    You can dramatically improve the videos you take with a mobile phone, with a few tips and tricks from the professionals

  16. course pack | Publicly viewable

    If you've ever wondered how to turn your video footage into a polished short film with titles, transitions and background music, come along and find out how easy it is to do on a Mac with iMovie! Learn the basic editing skills to produce a wide variety of projects to suit your needs.

  17. course pack | Publicly viewable

    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

  18. course pack | Publicly viewable

    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.

  19. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Podcasting is a method of distributing multimedia files (such as audio programs or music videos) over the Internet, for playback on mobile devices and computers. In this session aimed at novices, we will record, edit and publish an educational podcast using Audacity the simple, free audio editor.

  20. course pack | Oxford only

    WebLearn is a web-based Virtual Learning Environment (VLE), which provides tools to support teaching and learning, assessment, collaboration, communication and sharing of resources.

  21. playlist | Oxford only

    Some videos to introduce ideas around online presence.

  22. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. CS5

    Even small web sites can become difficult to maintain and keep up to date. This course book and related exercise files show how the tools in Dreamweaver can be used to help with the management of your page content, and the site as a whole.

  23. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Learn to create Blogs and Web sites using Word Press.

  24. software | Publicly viewable

    Did you know about all the other functions that Google offers, to help you find the resources you need?

  25. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Learn to add styles and layouts to your web pages using CSS.

  26. on-line course | Publicly viewable

    Did you know about all the other functions that Google offers, to help you find the resources you need? Try these tutorials to learn more effective searching.

  27. video | Publicly viewable

    Free online tutorials to help university students develop their Internet research skills.

  28. playlist | Oxford only

    Watch these videos to prepare for the workshop: Using HTML to create an online presence

  29. playlist | Oxford only

    Watch these videos to prepare for the workshop: Create an online presence with WordPress.

  30. video | Publicly viewable | v. CS6

    Learn how to design your pages using a grid layout

  31. video | Publicly viewable

    Delicious is a free online social bookmarking service. Watch a video about how to save, manage, and share bookmarks/favourites

  32. software | Publicly viewable

    Delicious is a free online social bookmarking service which allows you to save, manage, and share bookmarks (also called Favourites)

  33. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    More advanced work on building and customising a library of references (to follow the Up & Running course)
    [note this is not a current course]

  34. on-line course | Publicly viewable | v. Windows 8

    Learn how to get around your PC. An online tutorial from Microsoft shows you around this version of Windows.

  35. course pack | Oxford only

    Use the WebLearn Surveys tools to design and administer free surveys online. Resulting data can be downloaded or viewed in PDF format.

  36. course pack | Oxford only

    Sometimes the easiest way to get someone’s password is to ask for it, and the criminals know this!

  37. course pack | Oxford only

    A quick overview for staff members and researchers on how to design and deliver surveys via WebLearn.

  38. video | Publicly viewable

    A short video that explains why you might want to learn about  Google Tag Manager

  39. video | Publicly viewable

    Watch videos that help you think about how you could use a blog in your work

  40. article | Publicly viewable

    Ways you can make information about yourself and your work available online - plus some pitfalls to watch out for

  41. software | Publicly viewable

    With a blog you can publish what you want to say online in a quick and simple way, using text, sound, images, video

  42. software | Oxford only

    Mobile Oxford "mox" m.ox.ac.uk is a service run for students and staff at the University of Oxford as well as the general public. You can access it on your mobile device or as a website on your computer.

  43. playlist | Oxford only

    Watch these videos to prepare for the workshop: Enhance your online presence using CSS.

  44. playlist | Oxford only

    This playlist will help you prepare for the Usability: Do it yourself  workshop. We strongly advise you to watch the videos in advance of the workshopso that you gain the maximum benefit from the activities. You can watch the videos in more than one sitting if you prefer.

  45. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. CS6

    This course book and related exercise files show you how to use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) within Dreamweaver to add styling and layout to your web pages.

  46. website | Publicly viewable

    View the IT Services webpage for information about WebEx, a web conferencing service.

  47. course pack | Publicly viewable | v. CS6

    Dreamweaver is one of the most popular website authoring tools. This course book and related exercises introduce you to the Dreamweaver development environment and shows you how to create a simple web site.

  48. video | Publicly viewable

    Some suggestions on how to use an iPad for research and academic work

  49. article | Oxford only

    email at Oxford is known as Nexus

  50. playlist | Oxford only

  51. course pack | Oxford only | v. 2013

    A short course introducing the Nexus service for Outlook users. The course will use the web version of Nexus (OWA) and the Outlook email client specifically.

  52. software | Oxford only | v. 2010

    Find out about Nexus, Oxford's email service. Through Nexus you can also get access to a calendar, address book, and to-do-list. You can share your Nexus folders (calendar, email, contacts etc) with other Nexus users.

  53. course pack | Oxford only

    JavaScript (JS) is a client-side scripting language capable of dynamically modifying web content within an internet browser. This course introduces you to language fundamentals, the most popular JS libraries, and provides real-world examples in AJAX, jQuery, and dynamic CSS.

  54. software | Publicly viewable

    A web-based tool where scientists can publish and share their workflows and experiments plans

  55. course pack | Oxford only

    This overview offers a comprehensive introduction to the iLife suite and covers all the applications within. The course emphasises the intuitive nature of the suite, and the way iLife works collaboratively with media to achieve results that consistently deliver professional standards

  56. course pack | Oxford only

    The University's WebEx service helps you collaborate in real time, at your desk, with colleagues around the world. Learn to use WebEx's Meeting Center to share presentations and collaborate on documents.

  57. course pack | Oxford only

    Podcasting is a method of distributing digital media over the Internet via subscription, for playback on mobile devices and computers. In this session aimed at novices, we will record, edit and publish an educational podcast using Audacity the simple, free audio editor.

  58. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Your online presence should be current and fresh and you should be reaching out to a targeted audience to introduce your work to your peers. This course follows on from the Online Presence: Introductory workshop to further develop the strategies needed to maintain and increase your online presence.

  59. course pack | Oxford only

    Creating an online presence can open up your research and teaching to a global audience and introduce your work to peer groups from other major institutions. A strong presence can also help with funding opportunities and career planning. This module introduces the topic and highlights concerns and opportunities that creating your own presence will bring to light. You will be given an opportunity to plan and create the beginnings of your online presence in the safe environment of a supported course.

  60. course pack | Publicly viewable

    A brief introduction to key assistive technology and apps that might help you to work and study more efficiently.

  61. course pack | Publicly viewable

    My Study Bar is a free 'floating toolbar to support literacy' (Eduapps.org).

  62. software | Publicly viewable

    Bamboo DiRT is a tool, service, and collection registry of digital research tools for scholarly use.

  63. event | Publicly viewable

    Wikipedia edit-a-thon: create or improve Wikipedia articles about women scientists and their achievements.

    This event is part of a series of events hosted by IT Services and the Bodleian Libraries to celebrate the bicentenary of Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer.

  64. playlist | Oxford only

    An introductory list of clips for Audacity

  65. playlist | Oxford only

    some clips to introduce the Audacity interface

  66. playlist | Oxford only

    Clips to introduce mobile filming.

  67. playlist | Oxford only

    Some video clips to help orientation with the iMovie interface.

  68. playlist | Oxford only

    Some video clips to help orientation with the Audacity interface.

  69. website | Publicly viewable

    The Bodleian Libraries provide help and guidance with the use of ArcGIS. Some resources are available here in the portfolio (search for arcGIS for example)

  70. 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

  71. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Find out about conferences in your field and also locate the published papers or proceedings for conferences which have taken place

  72. website | Publicly viewable | v. 2010

    The Office 2010 ribbon, common to all of the Office 2010 applications such as Word, Excel and Outlook, is quite different from the menus available in previous Office versions. Discover some interactive guides that will help you track down your most-used menu options in the new ribbon.

  73. website | Publicly viewable | v. 2010

    Brief tutorials and tips for Access users, builders and designers.

  74. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Basic introduction to HTML & CSS.

  75. website | Publicly viewable

    This 'free' downloadable book is written by Mark Wood, a freelance Apple Certified Trainer who occassionally teaches Aperture, Apple's professional photography application, as part of the IT Learning Programme.

  76. website | Publicly viewable

    This 'free' downloadable book is written by Mark Wood, a freelance Apple Certified Trainer who occassionally teaches Aperture, Apple's professional photography application, as part of the IT Learning Programme.

  77. website | Publicly viewable

    A series of videos, webinars and code examples to help you get the most out of MATLAB.

  78. website | Publicly viewable

    View eDemos, resources and tutorials for NVivo, direct from the supplier.

  79. 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?

  80. website | Publicly viewable

    This 'free' downloadable book is written by Mark Wood, a freelance Apple Certified Trainer who occassionally teaches Aperture, Apple's professional photography application, as part of the IT Learning Programme.

  81. website | Publicly viewable

    Download quick-start guides for RefWorks, directly from the RefWorks website.

  82. website | Publicly viewable

    View the IT Services webpage for information about getting started with Nexus at Oxford.

  83. website | Publicly viewable

    JournalTOCS provides tables of contents of over 24,000 academic journals and allows you to set up RSS feeds or email alerts for new articles in your favourite journals

  84. website | Publicly viewable

    BBHI is a comprehensive guide to historical writing about the history of Britain, Ireland, and relations with the empire and Commonwealth

  85. website | Publicly viewable

    The leading bibliographical database for finding scholarly materials in history

  86. website | Publicly viewable

    OxLIP+ is Oxford’s gateway to e-journals, databases and other online resources

  87. website | Publicly viewable

    A major literature searching database in Science, Medicine and Social Sciences, Scopus can also be used to measure impact using citation data

  88. website | Publicly viewable

    View information about podcasting at Oxford University.

  89. website | Oxford only

    Explore the functionality of the full text digital library of Ancient Greek documents, using TLG or Thesaurus Linguae Graecae.

  90. website | Publicly viewable

    Some Microsoft movies and demos on aspects of creating and using databases

  91. website | Oxford only

    The University of Oxford Careers Service provides careers information and services to undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and recruiters

  92. website | Publicly viewable

    The Journal Citation Reports rank the most influential journals in Science and Social Sciences using impact factors

  93. website | Publicly viewable

    SOLO is the principal search and discovery tool for Oxford Libraries

  94. website | Publicly viewable

    WorldCat brings together Library catalogues from across the world

  95. website | Publicly viewable

    Dyabola is a near-comprehensive bibliographical database of the literature of classical archaeology from 1956 onwards

  96. website | Publicly viewable

    Not all versions of EndNote work with all versions of operating systems. Read about requirements for Windows and/or MacOS with EndNote.

  97. website | Publicly viewable

    View the online manual and tutorials: a direct link to the EndNote website

  98. website | Publicly viewable

    Visit the Research Data Oxford website provided by the University's Research Services.

  99. website | Oxford only

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

  100. website | Publicly viewable

    A key tool for finding materials in UK research libraries

  101. website | Publicly viewable

    Researchers have a huge amount to gain from engaging with social media in various aspects of their work

  102. website | Publicly viewable

    Information you need to make an informed decision about using social media in your academic work

  103. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Does your research paper or departmental web site need eye-catching 3D visuals?

  104. software | Publicly viewable

    Flickr is a way to share photographs: you can choose whether your pictures are visible to anyone or only to those you offer access and you can also decide to what extent others may use your photos

  105. article | Publicly viewable

    Anyone can set up a free EndNote Basic account online. But if you later install the full desktop version of EndNote, you can upgrade your online account for better features, more storage etc.

  106. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    In this task you will explore a modular, subject-based bibliographical database, Oxford Bibliographies On-Line, OBO

  107. article | Publicly viewable

    If you regularly work on multiple computers, a file synchronisation (or ‘syncing’) service can ensure you always have the latest version of all your material

  108. software | Publicly viewable | v. X7

    Find out about the EndNote software and how to get a copy

  109. 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.

  110. 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.

  111. article | Publicly viewable

    You do this in your thesis and published papers, of course, but there are many other ways you can share your results.

  112. course pack | Oxford only | v. CS6

    In this session you will be introduced to the fundamental tools and features of Photoshop, including working with layers and selections.

  113. course pack | Oxford only

    This four-session course covers the map-making aspects of ArcGIS Desktop and introduces its analytical functionality. Powerful and relatively complex, Desktop is the industry standard for geographic information systems (GIS) software. ArcGIS Explorer is designed to store, query, analyse, process, and visualise spatial data. It is typically used for making maps and performing spatial analysis.

  114. course pack | Oxford only

    This course introduces some aspects of discovery, creation, and use of digital images.

  115. course pack | Oxford only

    This session covers intermediate-level skills in working in ArcGIS Explorer. Explorer is a basic and easy-to-use desktop geographic information system (GIS) that is free to download. It is part of the ArcGIS software range, which also includes web-based and mobile GIS, as well as the much more powerful ArcGIS Desktop. GIS is designed to store, query, analyse, process, and visualise spatial data. It is typically used for making maps and performing spatial analysis.

  116. course pack | Oxford only

    Question: Do you trust your computer?

  117. course pack | Oxford only

    Perl is a stable, cross platform programming language that is used in many computer systems around the world for web programming, database manipulation, text processing, and system administration. This course will cover the basics of the language.

  118. course pack | Publicly viewable

    Basic introduction to HTML & CSS.

  119. course pack | Oxford only

    Does your research paper or departmental web site need eye-catching images?

  120. course pack | Oxford only

    Does your research paper or departmental web site need eye-catching 3D visuals?

  121. video | Publicly viewable

    Bubbl.us is a free web application which you can use to create mind maps online

  122. video | Publicly viewable

    Diigo is an online bookmarking and annotation tool - watch videos about how to use it

  123. video | Publicly viewable

    Flickr is a way to share photographs: watch videos and learn how to use it efficiently

  124. video | Publicly viewable

    Watch a video showing how A.nnotate allows you to annotate documents online

  125. video | Publicly viewable

    View video tutorials online for some useful tips and tricks for using EndNote to manage your research reading and to format your citations and bibliographies.

  126. on-line course | Publicly viewable

    Picasa is a photo management program owned by Google. You can download it for free and use it to organise and edit photos on your computer.

  127. on-line course | Publicly viewable

    Bubbl.us is a free web application which you can use to create mind maps online

  128. article | Publicly viewable

    The main legal citation style in the UK is the Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA). A corresponding output style can be downloaded and included in EndNote's repertoire of styles.

  129. article | Oxford only

    Resources for developing your IT skills further

  130. software | Publicly viewable

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

  131. software | Publicly viewable

    Picasa is a photo management program owned by Google. You can download it for free and use it to organise and edit photos on your computer.

  132. software | Publicly viewable

    Bubbl.us is a free web application which you can use to create mind maps online

  133. software | Publicly viewable

    Diigo is an online bookmarking and annotation tool

  134. software | Publicly viewable

    A.nnotate allows you to upload and annotate documents including PDFs

  135. software | Publicly viewable

    View the IT Learning Programme web page for information about the learning resources available for different Microsoft Office versions.

  136. hands-on task | Oxford only

    Picasa is a photo management program owned by Google. You can download it for free and use it to organise and edit photos on your computer.

  137. 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

  138. hands-on task | Oxford only

    OxLIP+ is Oxford’s dedicated gateway to online resources, covering full text databases, data, images and more. This task will give you a flavour of how to search using OxLIP+.

  139. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Citation indexes allow you find items which have cited a particular work or author by analysing the bibliographies of books and articles

  140. hands-on task | Oxford only

    Oxford subscribes to almost 50 newspaper collections ranging in period from the 1600s to the present day. In this task, you will try out some searches in a variety of different newspaper collections.

  141. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    First time using this site? This hands-on task leads you through some features of the site, especially the course on Avoiding Plagiarism

  142. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best ways of locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings - try some key databases for Arabic and Islamic Studies

  143. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    In this task you will explore the Archive of Mesopotamian Archaeological Reports (AMAR), a searchable library of publications of site reports of excavations in the region

  144. hands-on task | Oxford only

    WorldCat is the world’s largest network of library content and services, containing references for approximately 1.5 billion items from thousands of libraries worldwide.

  145. hands-on task | Oxford only

    Explore the functionality of the full text digital library of Ancient Greek documents, TLG or Thesaurus Linguae Graecae.

  146. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are good tools for locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings because they allow you to keyword search thousands of journals and other sources simultaneously

  147. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    In this task you will explore the Past Masters collection of primary sources

  148. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best tools for locating journal articles and conference proceedings
    even if you don’t know the authors or article

  149. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    The ProQuest platform provides access to many databases, including the largest online database of theses and dissertations

  150. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    This task will give you a flavour of how you might use the Otzar haHochma and the RAMBI to locate early modern and modern printed books as well as canonical Jewish texts

  151. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best ways of locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings - explore one of the most important Chinese ones: CAJ China Academic Journals

  152. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    This task will give you a flavour of how you might use the Online Egyptological Bibliography (OEB) to search for Egyptology materials in a extensively curated database

  153. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    This task will give you a flavour of how you might use the OECD iLibrary data

  154. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    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.

  155. playlist | Oxford only

    Preparation for the posters workshop

  156. playlist | Oxford only

    Preparation for the presentations workshop

  157. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best tools for locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings
    even if you don’t know the authors or article

  158. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    Bibliographical databases are one of the best ways of locating journal articles, book reviews, collections of essays and conference proceedings - explore the Bibliography of Asian Studies, one of the most important databases for South Asian studies

  159. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    ARTstor includes image collections in archives, libraries, museums, etc., which include many images relevant to archaeological studies

  160. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

    In this task you will explore the subject-based bibliographical databases hosted by EBSCO

  161. software | Oxford only

    Keep your data safe and protect it from being corrupted or accidentally deleted, using Oxford's free HFS service

  162. playlist | Publicly viewable

    ATLAS.ti is a workbench for the qualitative analysis of large bodies of textual, graphical, audio and video data. It offers a variety of features and advanced analysis tools for analysing, coding, and visualising a wide range of qualitative data (e.g., text, image, video, audio, geo-data, and Twitter data).

  163. hands-on task | Publicly viewable

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

  164. article | Publicly viewable

    A mailing list is a convenient way to send messages to a group of people. There are lists for different purposes and groups. You may be added to some lists automatically - such as a list for your college or course - and there are others that you choose to join.

  165. software | Publicly viewable

    Mendeley describes itself as "a free reference manager and academic social network"

  166. article | Publicly viewable

    The process of searching, reading, thinking and writing about the academic literature, which will inform and enable you to craft a well-written text

  167. article | Publicly viewable

    In synthesising your research, you combine your thoughts, results and conclusions with references and illustrations and write it up in a suitable format