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How do you get started with searching the literature for a literature review? How do you know where to search? What makes an effective search statement and what are the benefits of keyword versus subject searching? What if the library does not have access to a source that you need? Learning Outcomes: • Identify resources to search, including identifying databases and determining what subject databases index a specific journal • Develop search statements to effectively search databases • Employ Web of Science and Google Scholar to discover the citation patterns a particular article • Tips including how to get access to materials not held by the library and setting up search alerts will be shared.

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