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Use the Research Guide for your subject area to find the best databases and resources in your field or topic area of focus.Some research guides include pages on literature reviews.
A systematic literature review (SLRs; also known as systematic review, systematic overview, evidence summary, or research synthesis) is a summary of the research literature that is focused on a single question.
The systematic review process has been developed to minimize bias and ensure transparency. Methods should be adequately documented so that they can be replicated.
Key components of a systematic review include:
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