Event Details

  • Literature Reviews: Searching and Keeping Track
  • Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 at 1:00PM - 3:00PM - This event is now over
  • Type: Workshop
  • Series: Graduate Student Workshop Series, Undergraduate Workshop Series
      Koerner Library Research Commons Series
      Sciences Workshop Series
      Humanities and Social Sciences Workshops
      Literature Reviews Workshops
      Research Commons Workshops
      Graduate Student Workshop Series
  • Location: RM217
  •  Room Directions
  •  Koerner Building-Event Facilities & LabsClick here for map
  •  Point Grey Campus
  • Description: Workshop Facilitators Kevin Lindstrom - Woodward Library; Sheryl Adam - Koerner Library

    Workshop Description:
    This session is appropriate for students conducting literature reviews in any discipline.
    Topics include
    ... what is a literature review?
    ... finding the right databases
    ... search strategies for databases
    ... finding scholarly articles, theses and dissertations, books, and more
    ... resources to help you keep track of your research.
    There will be plenty of hands-on time for searching, and assistance from the two presenting librarians.

    Limit of 25 registrants.
    Can't make it to this workshop? Look for additional dates in the column on the left, or contact the subject specialist librarian for your subject.

    **Health Science Researchers: this workshop does NOT cover how to do a Systematic Review.**
    This workshop is offered as part of our Literature Reviews workshop series. -Literature Reviews: Searching and Keeping Track -Literature Reviews: Analyzing -Literature Reviews: Writing These workshops compliment one another and can be taken in any order. See the full list of these workshops.

    If you have any questions or concerns, please email research.commons@ubc.ca.

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  • Facilitator(s): Sheryl Adam, Kevin Lindstrom, Sally Taylor, Sarah Blay, Allan Cho

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