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JCU Library systematic style reviews service guidelines
These guidelines outline review services and responsibilities for clients and Liaison Librarians:
- JCU Library’s review service philosophy is based on enabling client self-sufficiency.
- Reviews may include, but are not limited to: systematic, scoping, rapid, integrative, narrative or literature, meta-analysis, meta-synthesis, and umbrella reviews.
- This service is available to JCU undergraduates, Honours students, HDRs and academic staff.
1. Connect with your liaison librarian
2. Prepare for your library appointment
3. What to expect during your library appointment
Your Liaison Librarian can provide advice on:
- refining your question or topic
- scanning for existing reviews or protocols covering your topic
- your search strategy
- database recommendations and advanced database search techniques
- grey literature sources
- documenting search results (e.g. PRISMA)
- useful resources (e.g. EndNote Library Guide) and upcoming workshops.
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