Top 10 moments of the Study Happy Campaign!

The library’s anti-stress campaign has now drawn to a close – I guess time flies when you’re chilling out in massage chairs and cuddling some adorable doggies! Here’s a recap of our top 10 favourite moments of the study happy campaign…By Nuala Clarke 1. The Massage Chairs I never wanted to get up. Like ever. 2. The Free Stuff […]

Where can I find free publication journals?

Where can I find free publication journals? The Top 21 Free Online Journal and Research Databases CORE. CORE is a multidisciplinary aggregator of open access research. ScienceOpen. Directory of Open Access Journals. Education Resources Information Center. arXiv e-Print Archive. Social Science Research Network. Public Library of Science. OpenDOAR. Which is better IEEE or ACM? To […]

What is the medium of publication for a website?

What is the medium of publication for a website? An example of medium of publication is the instrument by which a work is formatted – it isn’t just the written word, but could be any kind of media. It can be print books, websites, electronic books, articles, databases, broadcast, sound recordings, a ballet performance, etc. […]

How do you critique a scientific study?

How do you critique a scientific study? It should not introduce any new material, but should address how the aims of the study have been met. The discussion should use previous research work and theoretical concepts as the context in which the new study can be interpreted. Any limitations of the study, including bias, should […]

How do you write a synthesis matrix?

How do you write a synthesis matrix? To recap: Complete a synthesis matrix using a spreadsheet. Include at least four to six academic sources from your Annotated Bibliography. Locate and identify at least two to three trends and/or gaps in your sources. Include at least one paraphrase or direct quotation from each source. What is […]

Where can I find literature in thesis?

Where can I find literature in thesis? How to find papers when you do your literature review Ask your supervisor where to start. Read up on the basics in a textbook. References from the research proposal. Find a good review paper on your topic. Look for technical reports, theses, code documents etc. Google Scholar. Scopus. […]

How do you cite an unpublished work?

How do you cite an unpublished work? You will cite unpublished work the same as you would published work, with the author’s last name and the year the work is in progress or was completed. Keep in mind that authors are protected by copyright law against unauthorized use of their unpublished research. How do you […]

How do you write a history review?

How do you write a history review? Introduce the author, the historical period and topic of the book. Tell the reader what genre of history this work belongs to or what approach the author has used. Set out the main argument. Summarize the book’s organization and give a little more detail about the author’s sub-arguments. […]

How many papers do you need for a meta analysis?

How many papers do you need for a meta analysis? All Answers (61) You can definitely do a meta-analysis using 9 studies, as long as you’ve exhausted your search. Theoretically you can do a meta-analysis with only 2 or 3 studies so 9 is plenty. What is a rapid evidence review? Rapid evidence assessments provide […]

How do you cite a direct quote from a video?

How do you cite a direct quote from a video? To cite a direct quotation from an audiovisual source, include a timestamp in the in-text citation alongside the author and date indicating the point at which the quotation begins. Here are two examples from a YouTube video about cognitive behavioral therapy that features interviews with […]

When Should Systematic Reviews be updated?

When Should Systematic Reviews be updated? However, Cochrane’s principle of keeping all reviews up to date has not been possible, and the organisation has had to adapt: from updating when new evidence becomes available,7 to updating every two years,8 to updating based on need and priority. Which of the following is a database for systematic […]

Do all dissertations need a literature review?

Do all dissertations need a literature review? The literature review often appears near the start of your dissertation, and is a key part of your overall dissertation structure. Remember – a good literature review not only provides important background to your own dissertation writing, but also helps to show where your dissertation will fit into […]

What defines a systematic review?

What defines a systematic review? A systematic review is defined as “a review of the evidence on a clearly formulated question that uses systematic and explicit methods to identify, select and critically appraise relevant primary research, and to extract and analyze data from the studies that are included in the review.” The methods used must […]

How do you write an original article?

How do you write an original article? An original research article usually follows a specific structure. The most commonly used structure of a research paper includes the following sections: Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion. This is called the IMRaD structure. How do you write a clinical article? Essential Steps in Writing an Evidence-Based Clinical Review […]

What is the source of Historical Review?

What is the source of Historical Review? Historians use primary sources as the raw evidence to analyze and interpret the past. They publish secondary sources – often scholarly articles or books – that explain their interpretation. How do you write a historical review? Introduce the author, the historical period and topic of the book. Tell […]

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