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Literature Reviews: systematic searching at various levels

This guide briefly looks at some of the different types of reviews to help you determine what kind of review you actually need to do and where to start

Exporting from different databases to import in reference managers

When you do your literature review, you can use Library Search to scope out the literature - to see if you're on the right track for your search terms, whether there's enough literature out there for your topic or not. Once you've created your search string and decided which terms to look for you can then use that search string in the various, discipline specific databases most likely to provide you with results based on your topic.

However, when you're doing your scoping search you may decide that you want to export the results you've found in Library Search to look at them in your reference management tool. If that's the case, the brief video below will show you how you can do this.