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2.1 CIVIL ENGINEERING, 5.3 EDUCATIONAL SCIENCES
Whether you are new to engineering education research (EER) or an experienced researcher, knowing what prior work has been conducted in your topic of interest is essential. Literature reviews can not only inform your practice, but also help you identify gaps and new directions for further research. Literature reviews enable you to distil the knowledge necessary to participate fully and with authority in conversations on your topic. Developing a comprehensive review helps ensure you identify all past publications pertinent to your topic and provides a means for others to verify your work – a cornerstone principle of scientific research. In this workshop, you’ll learn different typologies of literature reviews (e.g., narrative and systematic), how to identify the types, the advantages of and how to conduct a systematic one.
Direito, I., Chance, S. & Malikc, M. (2020). An Introduction to Systematic Literature Reviews In Engineering Education. SEFI2020 Annual Conference, 20-24 September Enschede, the Netherlands. doi:10.21427/fnn4-bb80