The Review of Literature: Finding Your Way Out of the Literature Fog
Do you feel like you’ve lost your way in the review of literature? Do you read endless articles and find yourself no closer to completing your review of literature? Join Dr. Abigail to learn a simple and effective process to identify and organize relevant content into a cohesive review.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What is a literature review?
- How to find relevant research?
- How to organize and synthesize research?
- What writing style to use?
- When have you read enough?
Join Dr. Abigail Scheg October 16, 2014 at:
- 1 p.m. PDT
- 2 p.m. MDT
- 3 p.m. CDT
- 4 p.m. EDT
About the Presenter
Abigail is a researcher and scholar in the areas of composition and online education. As an academic writing coach, Abigail works individually with her dissertation writers and faculty writers to improve their communication skills. She has been teaching writing at various institutions, both online and face-to-face for five years. She is a tenure track professor at Elizabeth State University. At Northcentral University and the University of Phoenix, she has worked with doctoral students to improve their writing and navigate the dissertation process. Abigail has presented at over 30 national conferences, and has more than 40 scholarly publications including blogs, journal articles, book chapters, and authored texts. Currently she is working on edited collections in the area of applied pedagogies for online composition courses, critical examinations of the flipped classroom, the history of distance education, and bullying in popular culture. Abigail also serves as a reviewer for New Media & Society, Queen City Writers, TESOL Journal, Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Education, and The Writing Commons. Abigail holds a BA in Creative Writing from California University of Pennsylvania, an MA in Literature from Slippery Rock University, and a PhD in Composition from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.