The following definition is quoted from the University of North Carolina Writing Center's Handout on Literature Reviews.
Check out the links below to learn how to conduct a literature review.
This video from North Carolina State University explains how to write a Literature Review in good detail, and will help you when you are just getting started writing your Literature Review.
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If you need extra help with your formatting and citations, you can also email the librarians at email@example.com for guidance.
For a quick check-over of your APA format and citations, you can also email your paper to a librarian: April Higgins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Writing Center has also provided several resources on their website, including an APA Template for Microsoft Word and a concise guide for all things about writing. See the links below for these.