Workshop on Writing a Literature Review

Conducting a literature review involves critically reading and writing about prior scholarly work pertinent to a research project. As such it is a key part of the research process and therefore important for doctoral students to understand.

This workshop offers a framework for approaching literature reviews, strategies for reviewing literature, as well as style tips. The workshop will include short teacher presentations and practical exercises, including a peer feedback activity.

Students should bring up to 200 words of a literature review in progress from a research article or a chapter of their dissertation (in Danish or English).

Target group

  • PhD students at all levels who have not attended AU Library’s Introductory Course in Literature Searches and Reference Management for PhD Students at Arts
  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, though priority is given to PhD students from the Faculty of Arts. 

Aarhus University, Aarhus

  • Course Day, xxx  (Time: 13:15-16:00)
  • Venue: Centre for Teaching Development and Digital Media, Paludan-Müllers Vej 48, Building 5620, Room 139, 8200 Aarhus N

Information

  • The workshop will be held in English
  • Maximum enrolment is: 20
  • ECTS: 0
  • Teacher: Stacey Cozart
  • Coffee and sweets