Tuesday, 20 June 2017, 17:00 - 18:00
Writing a literature review can be challenging both for new research scholars and established academics alike. The challenge of writing a good literature review lies in the ability of the scholar to understand the trust of a literature review and what exactly is meant to achieve in any academic project or writing. This CPD workshop aims to address a series of questions that doctoral scholars and established academics alike often asked about literature review – such as the purpose, types, thrust, structure and examples of literature review. This workshop is designed to be interactive: it is about impacting knowledge as much as it is about learning from the participants’ own experiences. Each workshop participant will receive a certificate signed by the workshop presenter and BCES chairman as evidence of attendance and participation.