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Citation for defintion: Salleh, N. (2014, June 19). Introduction to Systematic Literature Review Method. Slideshare. https://www.slideshare.net/NorsaremahSalleh/introduction-to-systematic-literature-review-method.
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Original source: Leary, R. and Kershaw, J., 2014. Tips For Conducting An Effective Literature Review. [online] Ifmlab.for.unb.ca. Available at: http://ifmlab.for.unb.ca/people/kershaw/Courses/IUFRO_Research_Methods/Tuesday/Tuesday_PM_5.pdf
The Research Advisory Program (RAP) provides one-on-one research assistance for students. Sessions are conducted in person, by phone, or online.