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How to Do a Literature Review Workshop A Face to Face - Brian Quinn

Face to Face Workshop in Library Lab 150

These workshops have been in high demand and the library suggests bringing your own device or laptop to the event so that we can maximize the occupancy in our lab.

How to Do a Literature Review

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 review 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 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

 

 

Presenters: Brian Quinn

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

Date:
Friday, September 7, 2018
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location:
Lab 150
Campus:
University Library
Categories:
  Workshops  
Registrations open at 2:00pm Friday, August 10, 2018

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Denise Caspell

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