Answered By: Sinéad Kelly
Last Updated: Nov 16, 2016     Views: 282

Your lecturer will go through this in class but sometimes it helps to hear somebody else describe it too. 

I have chosen more than one so choose the one that works for you. 

Starting a literature review - why, what and how?

Detailed guide with links to other resources

6 phases of a literature review

You still have to do the donkey work:

  • Search the library databases for academic peer reviewed articles and books check  Summon Advanced search 
  • You must take time to digest what you are reading check FAQ
  • Then write and discuss in an intelligent fashion check FAQ
  • Remembering to reference all your research EndNote 



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