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Introduction to Systematic Reviews

Introduction to Systematic Reviews Online

Note: This is not a class on searching for a literature review. A systematic review is a formal research study that seeks to first identify, through a systematic and comprehensive search, all relevant literature answering a focused research question, then appraise the identified literature and finally analyze, synthesize, and present data from all studies included in the review.

Workshop highlights:

  • Learn the specific steps used to complete a systematic review.

Full description: Do you need to complete a systematic review but aren’t sure how to begin? This workshop examines the explicit steps that scholars take to complete a systematic review. In addition, you’ll learn how systematic reviews differ from other types of reviews, and where to find additional resources and services to help with the systematic review process.

Related LibGuide: Systematic Reviews by Adelia Grabowsky

Date:
Thursday, October 8, 2020
Time:
3:00pm - 5:00pm
Audience:
  Faculty & Staff     Graduate Students  
Categories:
  Research Skills and Strategies  
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.

Registration is required. There are 9 seats available.

Scholarship as Conversation, Research as Inquiry

Event Organizer

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Adelia Grabowsky

Health Sciences Librarian
Associate Professor
Research and Instruction
 (334) 844-1797
 agrabowsky@auburn.edu

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