Oxford University Press is running an online demonstration/training session on using their online resources on Tuesday 23, Wednesday 24, and Thursday 25 September. The sessions will briefly deal with the following resources:
- University Press Scholarship Online - 11am-11.45am
- Oxford Reference - 10am-10.45am
- Law resources - 11.30am-12.20pm
- Including Investment Claims, Oxford Competition Law, Oxford Constitutions of the World, Oxford Public International Law (Oxford Reports on International Law, Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, and Oxford Scholarly Authorities on International Law), Oxford Legal Research Library, Oxford Index/Oxford Law Citator.
These sessions are open to any staff or library users and is free of charge. They will each take about 40-45 minutes and will look at different search options, features and practical uses of the resources. There will also be an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.
OUP use WebEx conferencing software and, unless your network has restrictions, you can access the session anywhere - all you need is a computer with an Internet connection and a speaker. You can test that your system will be able to connect to the session by going to www.webex.com/lp/jointest/. If necessary, please speak to your IT administrator to make sure that you will be able to connect when the time comes.
If you would like to attend, please register via the links below and you will receive an invitation containing details of how to log in to the session. Please note that there is a limit of 30 participants for each training session, although OUP will offer further dates if the number of available places is exceeded.
Further training resources, including the full schedule of online training sessions and recordings of previous sessions, can be accessed via the OUP website.