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Literature support for researchers
Dedicated information specialists are pleased to help you achieving correct formulation of queries, search terms and giving suggestions on this basis for relevant information which can be searched.
We can also give you tips to efficiently and effectively search these resources, and attention will be given to selected references skills to efficiently store the bibliographic records.
Actually, perform a systematic literature review does not belong to the service: the focus is on supporting structure and output of the literature.
In case the Online guide suggestions fall short, use the web form below to make an appointment with one of our information specialists for a one-hour session of how to get started or for more extensive, tailormade support (with additional costs per hour). You can also contact your information specialist by phone for additional information:
- FASoS: Coen van Laer (85110)
- FHML: Gregor Franssen (85046)
- FHS: Vincent Janssen (85025)
- FL: Angélique Bessems (85102)
- FPN: Stefan Jongen (85026)
- SBE: Leonne Portz (85072)
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Testimonials from researchers who have used this service
Unfortunately, not all PubMed-fights could be resolved but I’m still more confident about the search that we ended up with! Kelly Stewart
It is recommendable to consult the library when starting a systematic review. Sacha Verjans & Ilona Van De Kolk
At the end of my scoping study, I presented it again to the librarian. I found his tips and assessment of my work, in a relatively short time, very valuable. Annelies Van Der Ham
The librarian came to the rescue by suggesting some useful ways of tracing relevant publications (snowballing) but also helped me brush up on my search strategy and offered tips on making it more efficient. Gili Yaron
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