Answered By: Your Library Team
Last Updated: Jun 14, 2023     Views: 223

Aimed at research students, we have created a webpage which gives an overview of the key components of systematic and literature reviews. The page contains advice on accessing papers and databases, and any available specialised training.

You may also find these resources useful:

  • Systematic review videos - a playlist of short videos created by our specialist librarians explaining aspects of systematic review methodology (including the search strategy, literature search tools, recording searches and managing search results.)
  • Producing a literature review - a tutorial which gives a step-by-step guide to literature reviews.
  • Contact your subject librarian - for further personalised support.

You may require a large number of Interlibrary loan articles for your review. Please note these requests are not classed as private study so cannot be requested for free via the InterLibrary Request Service. If you require a large number of requests for the purpose of your systematic review, please contact the InterLibrary Request Service with your requirements. 

In some circumstances, the Library may be able to conduct mediated literature searches or scoping searches to support research bids and projects. Please complete the Literature Search request form for further information