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Part of the Graduate Student Research Series
Literature reviews (also called narrative reviews) are found in various formats in academic writing. They can be stand-alone articles, a chapter in a thesis/dissertation, or a capstone project. This session will cover how to create a research question and why it's so important to the literature review. Topic selection, developing the search, keeping track of references, and structuring the literature review will also be discussed.
In this session, participants will:
- Understand the five steps to developing a literature review
- Learn about question frameworks and how they can be applied
- Identify the key concepts in their review to develop a search strategy
This workshop is a part of the Graduate Student Research Series.
There are many library services for graduate students to support your research goals. Learn about all the library can do in this six-part series.
From November 6 to 17, 2023, attend 6 library workshops on graduate student research and get a co-curricular record credit!