You know you need to “find the gap” and synthesize the literature, but how do you actually go about doing that?
This online workshop will help you understand what the literature is and give you the tools to do it. Learn how to find and articulate the “gap” in the literature, add value to your reading process so you can stop endlessly rereading, and organize your literature review into meaningful sections.
Whether you’re writing a literature review for a thesis, dissertation, article, or book, this is a rare opportunity to get high-level instruction when you need it.
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Saturday, September 1
12 pm San Francisco
3 pm New York
8 pm London
7 am Sydney
We hope you can join us live, but if you can't we will automatically send a replay that you can access any time.
I feel much more relaxed and in control. I'm no longer anxious about missing things and feel I'm running the literature review rather than it running me.
Master’s student, Archeology
University of Liverpool
I feel as though the literature review is the hardest portion of the thesis to write. I was struggling to synthesize the research as opposed to just making a laundry list of references/information. I now have concrete prompts to help me reflect on materials as I read.
Master’s student, Education
University of Ottawa
The most useful aspect was learning how to process the literature. I feel more confident about completing my literature review now.
Ph.D. student, Biostatistics
Ohio State University
Not sure how to start your Lit Review? Download our 10 Key Questions to Generate Synthesis
This webinar is led by Dr. Daveena Tauber, a well-respected consultant who specializes in working with graduate students and programs in the U.S. and internationally. Her work includes individual writing consulting, workshops for students and faculty, and program consulting. Dr. Tauber earned her doctorate in English at Rutgers University. Her work has appeared in College Composition and Communication, Chronicle Vitae, The Thesis Whisperer, and Pubs n’ Publications, as well as in the ScholarStudioBlog.
For information about on-campus or campus-specific webinar versions of workshops, please email Daveena@scholar-studio.com