The University Library offers freestanding courses for staff and students at UiO.
This two-day workshop will be an opportunity to reflect on central challenges of academic writing, with focus on the process of writing and techniques for producing and organising text.
At University of Oslo (UiO), Carpentries workshops based on Software Carpentry, Data Carpentry, and Library Carpentry lessons are offered to facilitate sharing and re-using of code and data among graduates and researchers from all faculties and units.
The aim of the course is to equip you with knowledge and skills to critically appraise methodological quality of an article and is aimed at PhD-students, master students and other interested in the topic at the University of Oslo, and Oslo University Hospital.
This course gives an introduction to literature searching in interdisciplinary reference databases such as Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar.
This course is designed for PhD Candidates and others who need a deeper knowledge, and advanced skills in literature searching within medicine and health sciences.
Keep copyrights to your own work by publishing in Open Access journals. Find out your research impact. The course gives you practical support in publishing process and making your research visible.
More and more researchers across disciplines are preregistering their hypotheses, methods, and analysis plans before they collect or analyze the data to increase research transparency and visibility. This course will give an introduction to preregistration and a step-by-step guide on how to do it yourself.
Good research data management is increasingly important for scholars around the globe, and the University Library provides courses on key concepts as a part of the Skills Development for Research Data project.
Transkribus is a comprehensive platform for the digitisation, AI-powered text recognition, transcription, and searching of historical documents. In this workshop you will get a demonstration of Transkribus and learn how you can use this tool in your research.