UNCOVER | Applied Evidence Synthesis

Literature Searching

Literature searching is a core skill for effective systematic reviews. UNCOVER volunteers based at the University of Edinburgh can access online training resources here.

For all UNCOVER volunteers based at the University of Edinburgh, we recommend an excellent online self-study resource on Literature Searching, created by UNCOVER's own Marshall Dozier. To access it:

  • Log in to Learn
  • Click on Self-Enrol at the top right-hand side.
  • Click on the Browse Course Catalogue button within the Course Catalogue section.
  • Either click on Self-enrol IS skills courses under the Course catalogue (self-enrol courses) section; OR, in the Search Catalogue search box, type "libsmart” and click Go.
  • To enrol, click on the down-pointing arrow next to the course title “zp_libsmart_2”   and choose Enrol.
  • Click Submit followed by OK. You should now be able to view the course.

Once you get into LibSmart 2, choose Course materials on the left hand menu bar, and then Module 1: Literature searching for Systematic Reviews.

Access via Learn