Tools for Those Who Summarize the Evidence Base
Techniques and tips for finding the most relevant published or unpublished (gray) studies that examine a given phenomenon and that may serve as the data for a meta-analysis.
Latest Activity: Feb 7, 2017
(I'm posting similar info about my bibliography to other groups as well. This seems more useful than making one general post somewhere on this site, because different topics and issues are relevant…Continue
Started by Adam Hafdahl Nov 6, 2012.
I know we all search for gray literature on listservs, in dissertation databases, and through direct emails to colleagues who are engaged in the type of work we include. But, it has recently come to…Continue
Started by Becky Ferrer. Last reply by bengt brorsson Mar 26, 2012.
Meta-analyses often need to find relevant studies whose abstracts don't report key information in standardized databases. Example:…Continue
Started by Blair T. Johnson. Last reply by Blair T. Johnson Dec 16, 2011.
Perceptions of the Skills of Graduates in the Library and Information Science and Technology Degree of P. Porto, Portugal: A Statistical Data Analysis of the Alignment Between Students, Teachers, and Employers