Getting Started with Systematic Reviews | Thursday, October 21, 11:00 a.m.
This session is intended for students, research assistants and faculty who are planning to undertake a systematic review, or who are interested in applying systematic research methods to a current project. We will discuss the core components of a systematic review, what makes a review 'systematic', and how to apply advanced research skills when searching the literature. There will be a particular focus on how best to utilize the library's resources when undertaking a systematic review. Participants may wish to look at the following online guide in advance of the session: https://learn.library.ryerson.ca/systematic_reviews

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