Writing a Literature Review
This guide will help you understand what a literature review is, and how to write one.
Literature reviews are most commonly a part of graduate work, although they can be useful to undergrad research as well. These reports are used to show an understanding of what research already exists on a given subject, and provide a summary of that research.
Use the navigation on the left to learn more about literature reviews and see guides on writing your own.
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