There are 2 ways to find literature reviews in ERIC. Unfortunately there really isn't a simple way to find both kinds at the same time, so often you end up having to do 2 searches when you're trying to find literature revews on a topic.
Please remember, these 2 search methods will return different results (there might be SOME overlap, but there will be unique results to each).
1. Add the subject "Literature Reviews" to your search:
Just set the drop down menu next to the search box to SU or DE
2. When searching in ERIC, there is an advanced search option for Publication Type.
Under this option, select "Information Analyses".
If you want to try and combine the searches, you can always use your search history so you're not looking at any duplication. However, if you need to revise your search, you'll need to redo this.
Here are some of the core resources that you'll find most helpful for completing your literature review.
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