Literature reviews are great resources for research projects in all disciplines, presenting the key ideas in a field, pointing to must-read articles, and sugesting directions for future research. How do you go about writing one, though? This page is a collection of resources and tips for creating your own literature review.
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Other Attribution Information:Authors: Caitlin Meyer, Taylor Harper, Shannon Roux Contributors: Whitney Arnold, Joanna Chen Cham, Janet Goins, Leigh Harris, Nisha Mody, Renee Romero, Annelie Rugg, Mary Tran, Doug Worsham