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Literature Reviews: Using Library Resources in Writing

Purpose

This guide provides tips and resources for searching the literature and then writing a literature review for:

  • papers for undergraduate or graduate classes
  • dissertations, and masters and undergraduate theses
  • manuscripts for publication
  • writing proposals.

Keep in mind the differences in doing literature reviews between the humanities, sciences, and social sciences.  This guide contains coverage of both general and subject-specific resources relevant to all these broad areas. 

The resources on these pages are just examples to give you a flavor of the type of resources available.

Inclusion of a resource in this guide is not an endorsement of its content. Work with your professor or adviser for advice.

Contact your subject librarian for suggestions about resources relevant to your topic and to discuss how to search the literature.

For writing assistance 

 

 


Suggestions about this guide? Contact Brian Simboli.