Greetings H494 Students,
I'm glad you have found this research guide. My hope is that you will utilize it to aid you in any research assistance you find you need along the way! Included are lists of databases and journals I recommend you consider using, along with some writing resources.
I am available to you this semester for both in-person and virtual research consultations. Feel free to call me at 812-855-8155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
Good luck this semester, and remember to reach out if you find yourself needing some extra guidance!
Public Health Librarian
A literature review discusses the literature published on a particular topic and combines both summary and synthesis. You might create a literature review to:
The literature review process includes the following steps (also reflected in the tabs on the left). Some steps may need to be revisited once the research and writing process begins.
Literature Review Examples:
Literature Review Resources:
Literature review overview created by the University of North Carolina's Writing Center.
Created by University Library at American University. Take a look at the "What I Need to Succeed?" section for tips on getting started.
A literature review e-lecture produced by Harvard's Gutman Library.
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Tuesday, September 26th 11:00AM-12:00PM
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Thursday, October 26th 2:00PM-3:00PM
Learn how to prepare, organize, and finish your next literature review. What is a literature review? It’s a survey of the scholarly research published on a given issue, meant as a foundation to your own project. We will discuss the basics of literature reviews, tools to organize your research, and how to develop a search strategy. This might sound daunting, but with a few tips and tricks you can do it!