Undertaking a systematic literature review can seem a bit daunting, so breaking it down into separate stages is a good way to begin.
We thought you might find it helpful to read some of our previous blog posts on the topic, depending on how far you have reached in the process.
They cover background reading and how to find previous systematic literature reviews, through to selecting the sources you need to search, identifying your search terms and deciding on your search strategies, to managing your references from your search results to your final list of articles:
- Where do I begin?
- Selecting your sources
- Identifying your search terms and constructing your search strings
- Combining your search strings to create your search strategy
- Using Excel to help manage references for the systematic literature review process
If you have any comments about this post or would like further help please contact your library: