This course will focus on the what, why and how of (systematic) literature reviews. The course will help you gain insight in the various approaches and aspects of conducting a good literature review. You will be able to apply this on a review of your own.
On the first course day participants will receive a lot of information on the background, theory and methodological aspects of a review. Participants are encouraged to think about their own cases, research questions, and likely approaches. They will receive both feedback from the teachers and from group interaction.
The second course day will be mainly focused on practice and interactions. Participants will hear about practical tools to help with literature reviews, discuss their chosen review approach and challenges and issues, and share best-practices with each other. Both participation and application of the acquired insights to your own process will be evaluated for completion of the course.
Given the limited number of available spots, having previously completed the Scientific Information bootcamp is a strong requirement for participation in this course
The next course will be on the afternoons of February 9th and 23rd, probably via Microsoft Teams. There will be an assignment before the first and second course days.
For information please contact Peter Noort, tel. 053-4893696, email email@example.com. or Hanneke Becht, email firstname.lastname@example.org