Literature Review Searching: Finding & Organizing Info

March 28, 11:00am - 12:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library Add to Calendar

This is an in-person workshop. Limited in-person seats are available. If the UH Library is able to reserve a space for you, you will be emailed details prior to the event on requirements in order to attend. This workshop will cover how to effectively and efficiently search for information needed for conducting literature reviews. Lit reviews are an essential part of many aspects of graduate school, from coursework to dissertations to publications. Learn where and how to search for the literature you need to create a comprehensive and systematic literature review, and how this process differs between the sciences and humanities. This workshop is co-sponsored by the UH Mānoa Hamilton Library. For questions about topics covered, please email

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Graduate Division, Mānoa Campus

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