Demystifying the Literature Review | Wednesday, October 20, 11:00 a.m.
A literature review can seem like an overwhelming and daunting task, but it is a crucial academic skill. It is essential to research, and is frequently required in course assignments throughout university. This session will break down the reasons why we do literature reviews and the steps one must take in order to ensure a sufficient and/or thorough exploration of the resources where the literature is found. Tips and tricks for managing the process will be offered. Participants will have increased confidence in defining and conducting the literature review, and will become familiar with the key resources required to complete one.

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