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Searching the Literature for Approaches, Methods, and Learning Frameworks

The aim of this session is to identify research approaches, methods, and learning frameworks that can inform your study by strategically searching the SoTL literature. Please bring a short description of your SoTL research interest and your laptop to this hands-on workshop.

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Describe the theoretical frameworks for literature search

Consider and review the scholarly resources you have gathered and read thus far. In an essay, address the following:

Describe the theoretical frameworks used by the authors.

Compare and contrast how your topic relates to each of those frameworks used.

Based on your analysis, which framework best applies to your topic? Note that you may find that none of the frameworks seem to really fit your topic. This is a normal part of the writing process. If you find this is the case, please explain how the frameworks in your sources do not fit your topic. This should help illuminate where you should search in the literature to find a framework that applies to your study, which you can then discuss here.

Justify why this theoretical framework applies to your topic area and literature search.

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  • DOI: 10.1109/ICACT.2016.7423479
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Literature search framework by analyzing key aspects

Zhuyue Si , G. Dai , Zhendong Niu

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  • 2016 18th International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology (ICACT)

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