Since their inception in the health sciences field, systematic reviews have expanded into many other subject disciplines. To address this growing need, subject librarians at the University of Maryland Libraries collaborated on a pilot program in three phases to introduce researchers to the process of conducting systematic and scoping reviews. This article describes the development of various collaborative efforts leading to the implementation of a systematic review service based on participant feedback. Assessment and evaluation techniques are shared to encourage further refinement of the systematic review service.
Tchangalova, Nedelina; Harrington, Eileen G.; Ritchie, Stephanie; Over, Sarah; and Coalter, Jodi
"Working Across Disciplines and Library Units to Develop a Suite of Systematic Review Services for Researchers,"
Collaborative Librarianship: Vol. 11
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/collaborativelibrarianship/vol11/iss4/6
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