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Scholarly Communication: Literature Reviews

This guide defines Scholarly Communication, and its role in raising visibility of Researcher output and web presence. Scholarly Communication is defined as "the system through which research and other scholarly writings are created, evaluated for quality,

Contents

This guide provides information and tips to writing literature reviews

Publishers' Guides

Systematic Reviews

View the Rhodes University Library Scholarly Communication Literature Review page for more information

Rhodes University Library

Search All: The discovery platform to search for articles, books and electronic resources collections located and accessed in Rhodes University Library

 

A step-by-step- guide to using Search All 

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Literature Reviews

A literature review is a piece of academic writing demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the academic literature on a specific topic placed in context. A literature review also includes a critical evaluation of the material; this is why it is called a literature review rather than a literature report. (The University of Edinburgh)