A literature review can be defined as a written summary of past research that critically evaluates specific findings that may be related to the current study's topic. The researcher is expected to create a new study based off of these previous studies in order to further the findings & knowledge known about that area of study.
Literature reviews are a basis for research in nearly every academic field. A narrow-scope literature review may be included as part of a peer-reviewed journal article presenting new research, serving to situate the current study within the body of the relevant literature and to provide context for the reader.
Book a one-on-one meeting with the research librarians while you are campus!
Feel free to bring your laptop to set-up your accounts during the training session.
We look forward to meeting you for the next module.
Library Catalogue (mainly for books / ebooks / theses)
Tips: Read some successful theses from your peers by entering "emccc distinction" as keywords in the search bar.
Loan period: 10 books, due the next time on-campus, renewable once.
Journal Finder (you wish to consult a specific journal in our collection)