Introduction to Scoping & Systematic Reviews - Library Scholars Brown Bag Series

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Introduction to Scoping & Systematic Reviews
David Scott, Health Sciences Librarian
March 11, 12-1pm, Room L1114
As the volume of research has grown drastically in recent decades, systematic and scoping reviews have become very common in health sciences fields and have been used to varying extents in other disciplines. But what are they? What is their purpose, and how do they differ from literature reviews broadly? In this session, we will be discussing these questions with an emphasis on libraries’ contributions to review projects.

This is the 3rd in the Library Scholars Brown Bag Series, featuring research of U of L Librarians. The next in the series will be:

Diverse Knowledges, Diverse Methodologies: Artists Research
Sandra Cowan, Fine Arts Librarian
April 1, 12-1pm, Room L950

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