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A guide to writing a Literature Review

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Samuel Johnson Reading by Joshua Reynolds

 

Samuel Johnson Reading by Joshua Reynolds

Welcome to the Lloyd Sealy Library subject guide on how to write a literature review. A literature review is a survey of materials created to present an overview of literature published on an issue, theory, topic or area of research. Literature reviews can include materials  such as scholarly articles, books, government reports, etc. This guide contains sections that deal with how to create a literature review including videos and a variety of links.

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How To: Write an Annotated Bibliography

The Death of Marat by Jacques-Louis David

The Death of Marat by Jacques-Louis David

The Lloyd Sealy Library has a subject guide on on how to write an Annotated Bibliography. Click HERE to take a look!

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