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Presented by Fouzia Youseph M.Sc. Botany(sem3) REVIEW LITERTURE Definition Need for library catalogue  Key points of a literature review Functions of catalogue Types of literature review Kinds of catalogue  process Library catalogue  Purpose Card form catalogue  Sources of literature Online catalogue libraries Libraries  Journals Books  Indexing journals Classification of books(Universal  abstracting journals Decimal System). research journals Journals current and back volumes  review journals Catalogue  e-journals Impact factor of journals  NCBI-Pub Med Definition According to university of wincosin writing center, A literature review is a

“critical analysis of a segment of a

• on the purpose of research there are 3 main types of literature, which focus on providing a discussion in the terms, often used to directly compare research findings of, • seeking to find out what actually exists in the academic, • it also used to sharpen, focus and identify research, • seeking to find out how to conduct some research on, • it is not designed not to identity the state of current, in the second process topics include, sources of literature sources of literature can be divided into, 1.primary literature sources, primary literature sources are the first occurrence of a piece of work., • tertiary literature sources also called as “search tools” are, i. directs users from the natural language (alphabetical) to, to enable a person to find a book on the basis of :.

• Physical form book form, sheet form, card form, guard book cata, rotary cata, drum cata, kardex horizontal cata. • The widely accepted forms are :

Book form  Sheaf form Card form Library catalogue Most libraries now have an electronic catalogue accessed through their computer terminals, often accessible online from elsewhere too via the Intra- and/or Internet. x Journals and newspapers . These are often catalogued and stored separately to the books and may be available online.  As they appear regularly, they tend to be very up to date.

x Electronic databases. These are computer-based lists of publications, on CD-ROM or on the university Intranet or the Internet. They contain huge numbers of sources, usually searched by using keywords.  Some provide only titles, publication details and abstracts, others provide the full text. Citation indexes list the publications in which certain books, articles, have been used as a reference. x Librarians.  There are often Subject Librarians who have specialist knowledge in specific subject areas – they will be able to help you explore more elusive sources.  University libraries usually run free training sessions on all aspects of searching for information. Card form catalogue

• It is best and most convenient way of displaying library

• bibliographies in any of the located materials might also lead, • e-journals are known today by different names such as: online, • e-journals can be accessed online or in the form of a cd..

• Online–only journals • Online version of printed journals • Online equivalent of print journals with additional multimedia material. ACCESS OF E-JOURNALS

• The online version of e-Journals can be accessible through

Subscription Pay per view or Open access ACCESS OF E-JOURNALS

• The e-journals can be accessed in three ways:

• Remote access • From the library server • Access through databases Advantages of E-Journals:

E-journals are becoming increasingly in demand both as a means of

• implications of impact factor 24, related interests.

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One of my colleagues told me about a weblog that replied on my previous entry entitled “ Likert Scale: How to (Ab)use them? ”. I browsed through the weblog and I found it is very useful as well as very informative. I would like to encourage all visitors to visit and read the weblog here .

16 years later, the debate continues.  A nice discussion of the debate is found on the Research Methodology blog by Hisham bin Md-Basir.  It’s a nice blog, with thoughtful entries that summarize methodological articles in the social and design sciences. To be fair, though, this blog entry summarizes an article on the “likert scales are not interval” side of the debate.  For a balanced listing of references, see Can Likert Scale Data Ever Be Continuous?

Article by Rumrill, Phillip   D. Jr., and Fitzgerald, Shawn M. (2001) in Work , 16:2.

This paper describes one of the literature review method that is most interpretive-qualitative in nature, i.e. the narrative review [i] . Although the discussion is very specific to the area of rehabilitation research (one research area in education), I believe that the main points are also applicable to other fields in social and design science research [ii] , especially IS research [iii] .

I collect all the important points of discussion, and put them here without reference to the specific field where this paper is originally based on.

In the literature, researchers used narrative literature review to: (i) describe the current states of both art (i.e., practice) and science (i.e., research) in focused areas of inquiry; (ii) add dimensions of insight or application that are not available in existing literature, and; (iii) provide critical analyses of standing works. The results of the review are normally in the form of: (i) postulate or proposition of advance new theories and models; (ii) arguments of important and/or controversial topics; (iii) present of the “how to” tips and strategies to improve best practices, and; (iv) description of the latest developments in the field (present new perspectives pertains to the important and emerging issues).

General guideline to conduct narrative literature review:

Limitations of narrative literature review:

[ii] Until now, many of my colleagues are not in the know of what is actually termed as ‘design science’. Many of them asked me what the differences between ‘social science’ and ‘design science’ are. Why should we have ‘design science’ after the establishment and the long history of ‘social science’? For them, here is the answer.

[iii] Social science and behavioral research describe a significant proportion of all IS research ( Straub, Boudreau & Gefen (2004, p.383) ).

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