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Learn how to conduct a literature review:
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Literature Review Tutorial
What is a literature review? by Kay Brown
When embarking on research, students are required to know the research that has already been done in their field. The Literature Reviews examine previous related research. This video explains how to write a Literature Review, and examines which elements are required in one.
You will need to pause the video occasionally in order to read all the text.