To explain TRAIL participants how to write a literature review for a scientific journal in the TIL-domain.
Those who do not aim to write a journal paper but, for example, a chapter in their thesis are also welcome. Journal papers have the highest ambition level and are the point of departure.
This course helps you to write a literature review paper. It explains types of literature reviews, the structure of literature review papers, gives tips and tricks, and discusses some example papers.
After day 1 you draft a literature review, or at least its outline. Students commend on each other’s drafts. On day 2 we share and discuss experiences, and the way to address review comments. On day 3 participants present their literature review paper and others comment.
Day 1 – 23 February
11:00 Welcome, who is who? Aim course
11:15-11:45 Introduction to writing a literature review
11:45-12:30 Types of literature reviews
12:30 – 13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:00 General structure
14:00–15:00 Tips and tricks
15:15–16:00 Study of example papers: lessons learned
16:00–16:30 Discussion / questions, partly based on example papers
16:30–17:00 Agreements intermediate period
Day 2 – 13 April: practice: Scope, Added value, Search Strategy: feedback
13:30 – 14:00 Guest lecturer
14:00 -15:45 Lessons learned by writing, reading, giving and receiving feedback
Focus on Scope, Added value and Search strategy
16:00-16:30 Dilemma’s / how to deal with review comments?
Day 3 – 15 June
11:00-12:30 Presentations of papers plus discussion/feedback
12:30-13:15 ` Lunch
13:15-14:45 Presentations of papers plus discussion/feedback