Best-Practices for What Works Clearinghouse Systematic literature Searches using ERIC

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The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) and Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) hosted a webinar on the best-practice principles and procedures used in WWC systematic literature searches. This webinar is intended primarily for WWC review team members and review team leads who want to know more about how to conduct systematic literature searches using bibliographic databases, in particular the ERIC database. The webinar may also appeal to researchers who are interested in conducting systematic reviews in education and related behavioral sciences, as well as to any researchers who want more information about how to implement searches within ERIC.

The webinar covered the following topics:

Understanding the principles and strategies of a systematic literature search
The role of databases in the process of performing a literature search
How to effectively use the ERIC database in a systematic literature search
Register now at the link below. If you cannot make the live webinar, register to be notified when an archived version is available.


Date and time: September 29, 2021 1-2 PM Eastern Time

Presenters:
Emily Tanner-Smith, University of Oregon, WWC
Bridget Thomas, Quality Information Partners, ERIC

Moderator:
Jeffrey C. Valentine, University of Louisville, WWC
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