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Russell Burke, Assistant Librarian, Library & Archives Service, LSHTM. I began my career working in academic libraries in 1998 and from 2010 I have taught information literacy and literature searching to students, researchers and academic staff, from basic search skills to developing detailed search strategies for Systematic Reviews. I joined LSHTM in December 2016. I am a CILIP accredited professional Librarian (MA Information Services Management) and an Associated Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

InfoSkills: Literature Searching – Lunchtime Sessions

1 hour InfoSkills Lunchtime sessions – book now!
From May 14th to May 31st on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays (more sessions to be announced for June and July).

Book a place on any session at http://bit.do/infoskills

The ‘Constructing a Literature Search Strategy Part 1 & Part 2…

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Library peer-review service

Peer-review of systematic review search strategies: a new service from your Library and Archives Service

Introducing a new service for researchers, staff and MSc students working on MSc Projects

Peer-review of systematic review search strategies
You can now have your systematic review search strategy peer-reviewed by a Librarian. The peer-review is based on the Peer-Review for Electronic Search Strategies (PRESS) guidance…

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