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Systematic searching for STEM

Want to make sure you find all relevant evidence or gaps in the literature?  

Learn how to create a systematic search that is comprehensive, transparent, and reproducible as part of a formal review or research project. 

 
This workshop will cover: 

  • why you might conduct a systematic search 
  • types of reviews that may require systematic searches 
  • the difference between a systematic review and a systematic search 
  • what to consider when selecting appropriate databases 
  • question types and frameworks 
  • creating a search strategy that is precise but inclusive 
  • testing and remapping your search to another database 

 

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EDGEx / MyRD link: PhD, Professional Doctorate, Masters by Research candidates and academic staff must register using the EDGEx / MyRD link.

For all other participants, click Begin Registration below..

Date:
Tuesday, July 2, 2024
Time:
10:00am - 11:30am
Campus:
Online

Registration is required. There are 100 seats available.

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