Systematic Reviews in Educational Technology and TEL Research

Methodology Workshop Conducting a systematic review is a fruitful exercise for early career researchers and doctoral students, to gain a solid overview of a given topic, in order to develop their own research topics and agendas. This workshop provides a dense introduction to the basic steps in systematic review methodology:

Speakers

Svenja Bedenlier
FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany)
Olaf Zawacki-Richter
University of Oldenburg, Germany
Melissa Bond
University College London (UK)

Start

May 29, 2020 - 10:30

End

May 29, 2020 - 12:00

Address

Main Hall   View map

Methodology Workshop

Conducting a systematic review is a fruitful exercise for early career researchers and doctoral students, to gain a solid overview of a given topic, in order to develop their own research topics and agendas. This workshop provides a dense introduction to the basic steps in systematic review methodology: the development of a review question and search strategy, documentation of the systematic review process, screening and coding of studies based on clearly defined selection criteria, synthesis and reporting, and finally publishing of results. The workshop will be facilitated by the editors of the recently published book “Systematic Reviews in Educational Research – Methodology, Perspectives, and Application” (2020, Springer Open). Participants are encouraged to bring in their own research questions. On completion of this workshop, they will be able to launch their own systematic review project – which could be the first study in a paper-based dissertation.