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Education Resources: Literature Reviews

Guide to teaching and education resources in the Library and on the web

What is a Literature Review?

A Literature Review identifies research that has been done on a particular topic.  The review not only lists what research exists, it analyzes the research as well.  Key authors and topics are identified as well as arguments that might be missing in the literature. 

Overview of a Literature Review

Where and how to search for existing Literature Reviews

What databases include Literature Reviews?

What specific journals might be useful?

Review of Educational Research

Review of Research in Education

Educational Psychology Review

To access these specific journals, copy and paste the title into the One Stop Search box on the library homepage.  The link in the record will take you to the journal site where you can search within that journal.

 

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