This article is a review of the literature concerned with leadership effectiveness in higher education at departmental level. The literature derives from publications from three countries: the UK, the USA and Australia.
This paper introduces the review process to new researchers, describes the institutional background for reviews, and provides advice to reviewers. The objectives of a quality review are (1) to assist the editor in his/her gatekeeping role, and (2) to assist the authors in improving their work.
How is synthesis done, and how can we teach it? To approach these questions, I start by examining synthesis, move to the kinds of information that must be synthesized in a literature review, and then consider how the skills of synthesis might be fostered.
Much, if not most, of the learning you do in connection with this course will be the product of the work you do alone. The following handout has been developed to structure your learning and help you make sense of the articles you will be asked to read in conjunction with this course.
Annotated bibliographies and literature reviews are very common forms of writing. The intent of each is to assist you, as the researcher, in gathering resources, identifying trends and problems in the research field, and analyzing those resources to assist your own research
This article discusses how to organize and write an integrative literature review and cites examples of published integrative literature reviews that illustrate how this type of research has made substantive contributions to the knowledge base of human resource development.
You have conducted a study and analyzed the data. Now it is time to write. To publish. To tell the world what you have
learned. The purpose of this article is to enhance the chances that some journal editor will let you do so