A systematic literature review is an analysis of existing research using a methodical and explicit process to identify, select, and critically appraise relevant studies and collect and analyze data from them. This type of review aims to address research questions by integrating the findings of all relevant and high-quality studies. This session demonstrates the application of the systematic literature review methodology in STEM disciplines such as aviation and engineering education. Participants also learn about the various roles of librarians in such studies, the scholarly publishing rights regarding co-authorship, and how to work with researchers (collaborators and reviewers) who have limited experience with systematic literature reviews.
Systematic review, Interdisciplinary collaboration, Review type
Date of this Version
Zakharov, W., Van Epps, A., & Nixon, J. (2018). Interdisciplinary collaboration: Lessons learned from systematic review research projects. Presented at 2018 Special Libraries Association Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.