Are you considering or involved with a research review such as a systematic or scoping review? Two training sessions offered during fall reading week may be of interest for faculty, staff, or students planning or starting an evidence synthesis project.
Monday, November 8, 3 p.m.
Nancy Owens from Covidence will provide an overview of using review software to facilitate your literature review process. For more information see the Library Event page. Registration for this event is managed externally. Please be sure to register here if you’d like to join, or if you’re unable to join but would like to receive a recording of the session ~24 hours after it commences.
Wednesday, November 10, 1–3 p.m.
Robin Parker, Evidence Synthesis Librarian based out of the W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library, will provide an introduction to systematic and scoping review methods, covering the steps and resources needed to plan a review. This training will consist of a 90-minute online workshop plus additional time for discussion, questions, and individual support. This session is appropriate for undergraduate (especially honours), graduate, and postgraduate learners as well as faculty and staff who are new to review methods or supervising students working on review projects. Register for this workshop through the Dal Libraries events calendar: https://dal.libcal.com/calendar/events/SystematicScopingReviews.