Writing your dissertation is a key part of final year studies. However, before you can start writing, you often need to carry out a literature search – what have other people written about within your subject area? This requires you to search in more depth than for general assignments and to record how you found the information you use. This workshop will give you invaluable hints, tips and guidance on how to carry out a literature search as part of your dissertation. Learn where to search, how to make your search more effective and much more.
Useful for: students preparing for dissertations or carrying out any other literature review activity.Visit the event web page
Book online at http://libcal.gre.ac.uk/event/... (site has a Greenwich logo, but can be used by everyone!).