Conducting Literature Reviews
Conducting a comprehensive literature review for a thesis or dissertation is, for many graduate students, one of the more daunting challenges of a degree program. Ensuring that you’ve found all extant research on your topic can be both nerve wracking and time consuming. The library has compiled these guides and resources to help undergraduate and graduate students feel confident with their literature review skills.
Library Guide for Writing Literature Reviews in Biology a guide by Yun Zhang
Library Guide to Conducting Literature Reviews in Education a guide by Brenna Helmstutler
Conducting Literature Reviews: From the Internet to Paper a book for researchers in the health professions by Arlene Fink
Writing Literature Reviews: A Guide for Students of the Social and Behavioral Sciences a book by Jose L. Galvan
Library Guide to Conducting Literature Reviews in Social Work a guide by Sarah Steiner