Structuring a Literature Review - Part 2

This is the second part of a 3-part workshop. Participants need to register separately for each part, to enable separate calendar invitations and reminders.

This 3-part workshop will provide an introduction to the purposes of the literature review and the key stages in developing a good literature review structure. It covers a range of practical strategies for capturing information from the literature, organising and categorising ideas and developing a suitable structure for your literature review chapter (or literature review section of your research proposal). There are plenty of opportunities to discuss participants' experiences and share tips. We will look at real examples of literature reviews, and it will be helpful if you can find and bring a literature review from your own discipline.

This workshop is provided for higher degree by research candidates, but other staff or students are also welcome.

Questions are welcome:


Cassily Charles
Cassily Charles is the Academic Literacy, Learning & Numeracy Coordinator for Postgraduates. She provides programs and resources for Higher Degree by Research candidates, such as workshops, consultations, writing groups and bootcamps. Other staff and students are also warmly welcome to this workshop. Questions are welcome:

Date/Time Information:

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TimeZone (Australia/Sydney)
Tuesday, September 5, 2017 12:30:00 PM AEST - 2:00:00 PM AEST
Duration: 1 hour(s) 30 minute(s)

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