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Systematic Reviews (SR) in Business & Management: A New Role for Business Librarians

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posted on 2022-03-04, 16:03 authored by Ryan SplendaRyan Splenda

Systematic reviews are comprehensive and reproducible literature reviews that provide evidence for practice and identify gaps in research. We (a group of CMU Librarians) are collaborating with faculty on a proof-of-concept management SR for the Campbell Collaboration. A discussion of SR training, developing methodical search strategies, and the role of librarians is included. This service is an example of the evolving role of business librarians, and how we can collaborate with our clientele in an innovative way.


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Ticker: The Academic Business Librarianship Review, 4:2 (2020) ©2020 Ryan Splenda



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