Start with gathering background information for a broad overview, additional resources, and possible keywords for further research:
Find books, articles, and data to get more in-depth and/or current information:
Make sure your topic is not overly broad (too much info) or overly narrow (not enough information). Try different keywords, observe the search results, and broaden/narrow accordingly.
A Literature Review should...
Adapted from “The Literature Review: A Few Tips on Conducting It”, by Dena Taylor and Margaret Procter, University of Toronto: www.writing.utoronto.ca (file linked below)
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