Demystifying the Literature Review
Demystifying the Literature Review Online
Writing a literature review can feel daunting, but they're actually great! In 45-minutes, attendees will learn:
- why a literature review is important
- ways to structure a literature review
- concepts for synthesizing literature into a narrative
- methods to stay organized
About Literature Reviews
A literature review is like an annotated bibliography, but more formal, analytical, and narrative. Literature reviews provide an analysis of sources/authors to demonstrate how your research fits within a larger academic conversation. As a result, they are often required for theses and published papers. Depending on the discipline, a literature review might also be called a systematic review, argumentative review, meta-analysis, or a methodological review.
Audience: Undergraduate students. Graduate students are also welcome.
Students interested in this workshop might also be interested in “First Steps with Zotero.” For individual support, reach out to your Personal Librarian or Subject Specialist Librarian.
Any student who attends at least 3 library workshops during the spring 2023 semester will be eligible to receive a Yale Library tote bag! Learn more about the Workshop Incentive Program.
- Wednesday, March 29, 2023
- 12:00pm - 12:45pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
- Citation Management Research Lifecycle Series Research Skills