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Literature Review: Tips for Organizing Your Sources

Join us on Tuesday, Sep 28, at 4:30 pm MST for the "Literature Review: Tips for Organizing Your Sources" presented by  

Maria Teresa (Tessy) Torres
Open Educational Resources Librarian
https://www.utep.edu/library/people/subject-specialist.html

"Literature reviews show that you have examined the breadth of knowledge and can justify your thesis or research questions. They are also valuable tools for other researchers who need to find a summary of that field of knowledge.

Unlike an annotated bibliography, which is a list of sources with short descriptions, a literature review synthesizes sources into a summary that has a thesis or statement of purpose—stated or implied—at its core" (Read more from here: new.library.arizona.edu/research/write-cite/lit-review)

The EL3 Lab serves as a forum for building and sustaining research from diverse perspectives focused on the U.S. and Mexico border context. You are invited to this coloqio and feel free to forward this invitation to others who may be interested.

All are welcome!

The EL3 Lab team
el3lab@utep.edu
https://www.utep.edu/education/el3lab/

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Registration URL: https://utep-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkcOCorDsoGNQotWTpRGUtt9OEqixGh2V0

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Tuesday, September 28 at 4:30 PM to 5:30 PM

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