Dear Colleagues,

You are invited to attend the IFLA Social Sciences Libraries’ webinar scheduled on June 5, Wednesday, 10 am-11:30 am EST. Please check your time zone

Systematic Review Success: An Introductory Workshop for Librarians & Information Professionals

Description: Did you know that more and more social sciences librarians are part of research teams conducting evidence synthesis work? A systematic review, a type of evidence synthesis, is a summary of the literature that uses explicit and reproducible methods to systematically search, critically appraise, and synthesize on a specific issue. Librarians and researchers are collaborating frequently on systematic reviews. Hosted by the IFLA Social Sciences Libraries Standing Committee, join us for an introduction to the systematic review process and hear from experts who have engaged in and have published systematic reviews. This free webinar will demystify the systematic review process. Bring your questions and all are welcome to attend. Please share this webinar widely!

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For more information about this program and speakers, please visit the event page.

This webinar is co-sponsored by the American Library Association’s Library Research Round Table (LRRT). This event will be recorded. 

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