Are you working on or about to conduct a literature review? 

It’s important to design an effective search strategy to capture all relevant studies that address your review questions. Once articles are collected, identifying pertinent ideas and themes in the research literature and keeping track of all the articles, references and electronic files you accumulate during your research can be a pain. But the Library is here to help!  

Our upcoming workshops can help you structure and design a personalised system of working with literature—from searching, organising and analysing relevant literature to writing your review, thesis or article. 


Systematic Style Review in Health: Building a robust search strategy 

An online workshop where library specialists will demonstrate expert search techniques. 

Wednesday 13 October 2021, 10.00 am – 12 noon 



EndNote Training 

A self-paced online tutorial on using EndNote for managing references, followed by a live virtual Q&A session. 

Thursday 14 October 2021, 10.00 am – 11.30 am 



Managing your research literature 

A discussion of strategies and tools identifying themes in research literature and organising research materials and references.   

Monday 18 October 2021, 10.00 am – 12 noon 



Preparing your Literature Review 

Learn how to critically analyse your research to write your literature review. Suitable for early candidature HDRs either before or during preparation of a literature review. 

Tuesday 2 November 2021, 10.00 am to 11.30 am 



Registrations close the day before each workshop—to register after that time please email the Researcher Education and Development (RED) team for assistance.  

If you haven’t already done so, consider subscribing to the RED newsletter to receive a weekly update of researcher training on offer—simply email [email protected] to get on the list.  

For more information about how we can help, check out the Library’s support page for working with literature or contact us about your research data needs.