This library guide is a starting point for qualitative research. Here you will find information and resources including:
Explore Machi & McEvoy's Literature Review Model (2009) to learn how librarians can support you during research projects and where the library 'fits' in their six step literature review process. Discover how to incorporate boolean operators and utilize limiters to strategically focus your search strategies. The literature review page includes a video tutorial for managing your research with Google Drive, EBSCO, and OneSearch, as well as a sub-page with literature review resources.
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