Institution: see Organisers & Supporters
Programme of study: International Research Workshop
Lecturer: Sylvia Rohlfer (CUNEF University)
Date: see Workshop Programme
Max. number of participants: 20
Credit Points: 5 CP for participating in the whole IRWS
Language of instruction: English
Contents: Regardless of discipline and however original a research project is, the literature review is a key part of a thesis or article. However, writing a literature review is the most daunting part of writing. Doctoral students often comment that the literature seems (and often is) massive. Hence, it might be helpful to be as systematic as possible when completing this task.
In this course, you will get practical insights and advice on how to effectively write a literature review. This will include tips, tricks and tools to improve your reading and sorting of the references, synthesizing the literature, summarizing existing debates and providing advice on how to present reviews effectively. We will also consider your writing habits. The sessions will be practical and require active involvement by students who will work in groups and get focused feedback on individual projects.
There are no pre-readings for the course, but participants will be required to complete smaller tasks outside the allotted workshop hours. Prior to the seminar (on or before the 28th of August) participants should send an extended abstract of their research project (two pages max. and in English/German/Spanish) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have to register for the International Research Workshop to participate in this course.