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Systematic Reviews: Help and Training

The Glucksman Library's guide to assist researchers with completing systematic reviews.

Finding the Literature - Plan, Define, Identify (video 1 of 2)

Finding the Literature - Search, Select, Manage (video 2 of 2)

Searching Systematically

Upcoming Workshops

Systematic Review Toolbox

Systematic Reviews Toolbox - catalogue of web based sources which help to support the different stages of the systematic review process.




Training and supports

Faculty Librarians can provide guidance and support on:

  • Defining topics/research questions (compiling a taxonomy of keywords)
  • Selecting useful resources (grey literature, internet searching etc)
  • Building an effective search strategy (combining free text terms and subject headings etc)
  • Selecting papers (inclusion, exclusion criteria)
  • Managing results (saving searches, using bibliographic management software)