Online Workshop – Literature Reviews – Things I Wish I Had Known

maria khan

Join CDWI Research Assistant & PhD candidate, Maria H. Khan at at 9:30-10:30am on 18th October for her insights on how to effectively conduct a literature review.

A clear and concise literature review is critical to any research project, but it can be extremely challenging to get right. From not knowing how or where to start to struggling to manage the scope and volume of what you find, conducting literature reviews can be deceptively overwhelming for any researcher, but especially for HDR students and research assistants. This workshop is designed to facilitate a discussion and identify strategies on how to effectively conduct a literature review for any research output, such as an industry report, journal article, conceptual paper or dissertation. Drawing on firsthand anecdotal experiences of undertaking literature reviews on a number of research projects, I will discuss and evaluate the different approaches I have adopted and applied over the years. I will also highlight the common challenges and pitfalls of literature reviews and things I wish I had known when I started. This workshop will create a space for peer discussion, collation of ideas and will be helpful for new research assistants
and HDR students.


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