Writing and Structuring a Literature Review
The structure, style and criticality of a literature review can slightly vary depending on the nature of your research. There are, however, a number of conventions that define a good literature review. Understanding these conventions and implementing them effectively in your literature review can make a significant difference to your reader’s engagement.
Watch a recorded session on writing and structuring a literature review for an extended piece of writing, delivered by the Library’s Specialist Writing Tutor. This includes tips on what to do, what not to do and examples that illustrate the main structural principles of a literature review chapter.
[run time 55min 49s]
This completes the literature review section. Move on to the Project Management module.