This presentation discusses an approach that students may want to adopt when conducting a literature review. In particular it focuses on how literature might be reviewed, organised, stored, and later accessed.
This presentation focuses on using Library resources and databases to their full potential so you can find the literature on your research topic and not be overloaded with information. Specific content will include crafting and applying the search strategy, using alert functions and other shortcuts to keep yourself up with the play and identifying journals to publish your articles in.
Students embarking on doctoral research are usually well aware that they will have to produce a literature review but they are often unclear as to what exactly this entails. This presentation looks at the PhD literature review as an academic genre and explains the functions of the literature review in the context of your PhD