Library Program Series: Systematic Review Services
December Library Program Series: New & Upcoming in the Library - Systematic Review Services
Date, Time: Tues., Dec. 13, 2022, 1:00-2:00 p.m. CST/12:00-1:00 p.m. MST
Deliverable: Hybrid (In-person held in the Library Classroom (RAL 217) - Max 15 or Zoom-unlimited)
Facilitator: Judi Bergjord MLIS, University Libraries
The University librarians aid researchers interested in conducting a systematic review. This workshop will provide a basic overview of the systematic review process such as developing a protocol, designing a search strategy, selecting relevant databases, collecting and organizing studies, screening the results, and writing the manuscript.
Participants will be able to:
- explain the differences between a systematic review and a literature review.
- Describe the key steps in the systematic review process.
- List areas of librarian support
- Identify 2 tools used in systematic reviews
Systematic reviews, scoping reviews, and meta-analyses often require greater librarian involvement and include the librarian as a partner in the research project. Find out what your librarian can do for you to make the process easier.
For questions and further information, please contact Jennifer Brady at firstname.lastname@example.org