A literature review is a critical analysis of existing theory and research on a topic. Learn how to find peer-reviewed journal articles on your topic and analyze, organize, and present the research they contain. Click here to watch specific parts of this video.
Learn why and how we cite and how to make the final step in writing your research paper or project easy and effective. We'll look at free citation generators, university-produced guides and how library databases can help with citation. Our focus is on APA (6th ed.), which is used in social science and business research, but these tips and tricks will help if MLA or Chicago is your style of choice. Here's a link to the "time-stamped sections of this video".
In this online presentation, attendees will have an opportunity to learn the basics of Mendeley including how to set up an account, upload documents, create a bibliography, and use other exciting features.
Explore the tools available to you to help manage your citations and research. Find out if the free tools on the internet are accurate. Discover if you should be using a more robust product from the Library for research. Please note that some of the examples used in this presentation are of the MLA 7th edition.