The literature review can be challenging to compose. Extensive research on published literature in the selected field of study is required to explain how your research fits into the larger conversation regarding a particular topic. This complex task requires the writer to spend time reading, analyzing, and conveying information. Explore this research guide for tips, strategies, and instruction on developing a literature review.
Different ways to organise your literature review include:
All good quality journal articles will include a small Literature Review after the Introduction paragraph. It may not be called a Literature Review but gives you an idea of how one is created in miniature. e.g Barnett, J., Bull, S. & Cooper, H. (2016) Pop-up library at the University of Birmingham: extending the reach of an academic library by taking "the library" to the students. New Review of Academic Librarianship. 22(2-3) pp. 112-131. http://0-dx.doi.org.libmain.ait.ie/10.1080/13614533.2016.1168307