as part of the marketing communications planning process, the investigation of relevant book collections, journals, reports, Internet listings, and other available literature; also called library research.
A systematic search of one or more databases for material on a specific subject. Literature search requests can be submitted online, or contact library staff to arrange an assisted search in the library. The library also conducts free Literature Search Training. E-F H-I K-L M-O T-Z
Searching (looking through) sources such as catalogues, databases, bibliographies, indexes, periodicals, books, newsletters, CD-ROMs, e-mail and the Internet, or contacting other organisations, to locate materials on a particular subject. Literature searches form an important part of an advisory service.
A systematic search of one or more databases for material on a specific subject. Literature search requests can be submitted online from the LRC homepage. Or, you can contact the LRC Reference Librarians to assist you with your search301-295-3357.