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Now, it’s your turn.
The time has come for you to begin this much dreaded step—producing the notorious literature review.
If this concept still seems unclear and intimidating, have no fear!
The library’s team of experts has designed a two-part bilingual workshop to help you understand what you need to do in a clear and efficient manner.
You can also contact us at any time with your questions.
The first workshop will clarify each step you must take to complete your project. It will focus specifically on the information retrieval process and allow you to refine your techniques.
The second workshop will explain how to write a literature review relevant to your research question. You will also learn about the structure of a review and what to include in the introduction, body and conclusion of your paper. You will be introduced to tools that will help you identify important points in the texts that you read as well as the ones you write.
You will leave these two workshops with all the essential tips that you need to produce a successful literature review.
Practical exercises will be included in both sessions.
To further enhance your skills, register for our comprehensive literature review training course.
Upcoming training dates:
Literature Review from A to Z – Workshop 1
2021-11-19, 9:30 AM
Literature Review from A to Z – Workshop 2
2021-11-25, 9:30 AM
Not available on the proposed workshop dates? Feel free to contact us or check out the following books:
– The Literature Review: A Step-by-Step Guide for Students
– So, You Have to Write a Literature Review: A Guided Workbook for Engineers
– Le coffre à outils du chercheur débutant : guide d’initiation au travail intellectuel
– Savoir plus : outils et méthodes de travail intellectuel
Catherine Forget has a master’s degree in Information Sciences, a bachelor’s degree in Communications (journalism) and a Certificate in Creative Writing. She is a librarian at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), responsible for Scholarly Communications.