As an early career researcher, I am on a constant journey filled with speedbumps and stomach-tightening moments; along with joy from conducting novel research and continuous enlightenment and self-imp
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How to search for information for your literature review.
Overview of how to get started writing a health sciences literature review.
Strategies for using nested spreadsheets to organize your lit review.
Abandon your Word tables! Using Excel to manage your literature review can make research quicker, easier – and yes – fun. A short while ago, David posted this comment on How I use Sc…
How can you make your literature review interesting to read? To answer this, first let’s look at how not to do it. A lot of lit reviews simply consist of a series of summaries of individual p…
As so many doctoral students working on their dissertations have discovered, writing the literature review chapter is a tedious process involving many steps and pitfalls. To help save you time and hea
This summer I experienced a grad student rite of passage: crafting a review of literature. The way was fraught and I had to overcome everything from an avalanche of articles (let’s just say …
Of the five dissertation chapters, I’ve found my clients often dread the literature review the most. The entire dissertation is a test of your fortitude, but the lit review is particularly difficult f
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A month and a half ago I started writing my dissertation. Data collection started about 10 months ago, and I was still deep in data analysis in January when I realized I was going to have to start w
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