"A literature review is a written document that presents a logically argued case founded on a comprehensive understanding of the current state of knowledge about a topic of study. This case establishes a convincing thesis to answer the study's question."
The Library holds many print books on Academic Writing, Thesis/Dissertation writing, doing a Literature Review or conducting a Systematic Review, some of which are detailed below. There are also many other print and eBooks available via Library Search
Publishing - a necessary step in the research process
What you can publish.
Arrange for a personal consultation (If you are a postgraduate researcher or an academic staff member) with the Research support Librarian.
You could also organise group training sessions for yourself and your colleagues.
Register for Library Skills Modules which are part of the Research Skills Development Programme
We also have guides for Research Support and Writing your Thesis
or Ext: 6151 to arrange an appointment.