Writing a Literature Review
Issued by Concordia University
Writes literature reviews that meets quality standards in the field of educational technology [0.5]Additional Details
A complete literature review that includes: a restatement of the proposed project; a logical organization based on the major themes and threads that emerged in a thorough review of the related literature; a critique of the relevant studies; no major gaps in knowledge about the problem identified; and all important relevant references and information clearly relates to the project or proposed study.
The literature review also: 1) Has a consistent focus on the question, “What has already been done to address the problem statement or research question?” 2) Provides a synthesis and analysis of the research, instead of a summary of individual studies. 3) Contains information from a variety of different types of studies. 4) Contains information from seminal works and notable authorities in this field of study. 5) Provides a summary of the literature.