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How to Do a Literature Review Workshop Graduate Students- Jon Hufford and Brian Quinn

How to Do a Literature Review Workshop

Librarians will explain what a literature review is; talk about emerging discipline - oriented standards for literature reviews and how to begin your work developing research strategies; demonstrate how to do searches in two databases - including Web of Knowledge-to find articles on your topic; explore qualitative approaches to determine an article's relative importance; show you how to manage your citations and how to keep up with the most current research on your topic.

Bullet Points:

  • Locate relevant research for your review
  • Determine what studies to include and exclude
  • Find the best way to organize and structure your review
  • Locate exemplary reviews to serve as models

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Will know what a literature reviews is and how to find appropriate standards for reviews
  2. Will know how to write a search statement
  3. Will know how to conduct a search in an appropriate and database
  4. Will know how to determine the importance of a journal
  5. Will know how to keep up with current research on a topic

Audience: Graduate students

Date/time: Friday, Sept. 8, 2:00-4:00 pm

Presenters: Jon Hufford and Brian Quinn

 

 

Related LibGuide: Basics of Conducting a Literature Review by Jon Hufford

Date:
Friday, September 8, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Lab 150
Campus:
University Library
Categories:
Workshops
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