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Conducting a Literature Review in Engineering, Health and Science Disciplines

Posted by Angela Brcka for University Libraries

Conducting a literature review – searching the published research for all the relevant information on a specific topic – is one of the most challenging parts of research. How do we know where to search? How do we find the best and most impactful research? How do we know when we’ve found enough information? This online workshop in Webex will discuss specific techniques for conducting a literature review in the sciences disciplines.

Attendees will learn

  • How to structure a literature review for a science or health research question
  • Techniques for searching different resources and databases


  • Ed Eckel, engineering and applied sciences librarian
  • Carrie Leatherman, natural sciences librarian
  • Dianna Sachs, health sciences librarian

Register now

Date: Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Time: 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Location: Webex
Contact: Edward Eckel
Email for more information