Effective Literature Reviews: Science and Engineering


Oct. 21, 2013,
6pm to 7:30pm

Campus Location

Office/Remote Location

Eureka Room, 1st floor


Are you a graduate student in science and engineering? Would you like to learn how to be more efficient and effective when conducting and writing literature reviews? If so, then plan to attend one of these upcoming library workshops conducted by Susan Wainscott, STEM librarian.

Effective Literature Reviews - Science and Engineering:
This workshop will provide graduate students an understanding of what a literature review is, a set of strategies for finding resources, tools to efficiently organize the information, and ways to stay aware of new publications. The workshop will emphasize research in science and engineering but is open to graduate students in all disciplines.

  • Fri., Oct. 18, 3-4:30 p.m. Eureka Classroom, Collaborative Learning Center, Lied Library (LLB)


  • Mon., Oct. 21, 6-7:30 p.m. Eureka Classroom, Collaborative Learning Center, Lied Library (LLB)


Admission Information

This workshop is free and open to graduate students, but registration is required.

To register, visit the Library workshop registration webpage.

Contact Information

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Event Sponsor

University Libraries and the Graduate College