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Discuss best practices for literature reviews.
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  2. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Singh and Thurman published in American Journal of Distance Education. Title: How Many Ways Can We Define Online Learning? A Systematic Literature Review of Definitions of Online Learning DOI:https://doi.org/10.1080/08923647.2019.1663082 In this study the authors present results from a systematic literature review for the definitions of online learning because the concept of online learning, though often defined, has a range of meanings attached to it. Authors and scholars use the term to mean very distinct, if not contradictory concepts. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  3. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Akbari et al. published in Benchmarking: An International Journal. Title: Corporate social responsibility and corporate citizenship in sustainable supply chain: a structured literature review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1108/BIJ-11-2019-0509 In this study the authors aim to provide a systematic insight into corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate citizenship (CC) in supply chain development, by analyzing the current literature, contemporary concepts, data and gaps for future discipline research. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  4. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Pulham and Graham published in Distance Edication. Title: Comparing K-12 online and blended teaching competencies: a literature review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1080/01587919.2018.1476840 In this study the authors present a synthesis of reports and research on K-12 blended teaching competencies compared with K-12 online teaching competencies. The skills needed to teach in online and blended environments are distinct from traditional teaching, but teacher education programs often do not equip preservice teachers for the new modes of instruction. Additionally, there is a dearth of research on blended teaching competencies. This review synthesizes 8 blended teaching documents and 10 online teaching documents. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  5. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Hamel et al. published in Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. Title: Defining Rapid Reviews: a systematic scoping review and thematic analysis of definitions and defining characteristics of rapid reviews DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2020.09.041 In this study the authors aim to create a repository of existing definitions and to identify key themes, which may help the knowledge synthesis community in defining rapid review products. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  6. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Erfani and Abedin published in Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. Title: Impacts of the use of social network sites on users' psychological well-being: A systematic review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1002/asi.24015 In this study the authors conducted a systematic literature review to lay the groundwork for understanding the relationship between SNS use and users' psychological well-being and for devising strategies for taking advantage of this relationship. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  7. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Belinski et.al. published in Benchmarking: An International Journal. Title: Organizational learning and Industry 4.0: findings from a systematic literature review and research agenda DOI:https://doi.org/10.1108/BIJ-04-2020-0158 This study aims to identify dimensions present in the literature regarding the relation between organizational learning and Industry 4.0 seeking to clarify how learning can be understood into the context of the fourth industrial revolution. In addition, future research directions are presented as well Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  8. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Rosalina et.al. published in Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Title: Rural tourism: A systematic literature review on definitions and challenges DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhtm.2021.03.001 This study aims to extend the previous literature by investigating rural tourism definitions and challenges faced within developed and developing contexts. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  9. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Vilar-Compte et.al. published in International Journal for Equity in Health. Title: Urban poverty and nutrition challenges associated with accessibility to a healthy diet: a global systematic literature review DOI:https://doi.org/10.1186/s12939-020-01330-0 This study aims to assess urban poverty as a determinant of access to a healthy diet, and to examine the contribution of urban poverty to the nutritional status of individuals. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  10. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Tseng et.al. published in Resources, Conservation and Recycling. Title: A literature review on green supply chain management: Trends and future challenges DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resconrec.2018.10.009 This study aims to review the literature in green supply chain management (GSCM) published from 1998 to 2017 and presenting insights and directions for future research. The study collects data from Scopus and ISI Web of Science databases and objectively selects 880 papers and conducts metadata analysis. In addtion, 236 papers from ISI Web of Science is analyzed to present the insights along with the classifications of the literatures based on content analyses, which comprises of conceptual development, drivers and barriers, collaboration with supply chain partners, mathematical and other optimization models, and assessment of green supply chain management practices and performance. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  11. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Felsberger and Reiner. published in Sustainability. Title: Sustainable Industry 4.0 in Production and Operations Management: A Systematic Literature Review DOI:https://doi.org/10.3390/su12197982 This study draws attention to the upcoming changes within sustainable value chains and manufacturing environments caused by the digital transformation. With a special focus on Industry 4.0 (I4.0), the presented study explores the scientific progress within this research field. A systematic literature review approach using a set of predefined keywords and with several exclusion criteria was adopted in order to identify the literature that is related to sustainability in I4.0 and its impact in the area of production and operations management (P&OM). Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  12. Hello everyone, I would like to share an article from Valverde-Berrocoso et. al. published in Sustainability. Title: Trends in Educational Research about e-Learning: A Systematic Literature Review (2009–2018) DOI:https://doi.org/10.3390/su12125153 In this study authors aimed to identify (a) the research topics; (b) the most relevant theories; (c) the most researched modalities; and (d) the research methodologies used. To this end, the PRISMA protocol was followed, and different tools were used for the bibliographic management and text-mining. Please feel free to share your opinion. Regards,
  13. I find the whole process difficult! 😀 Starting with the seminal works (if you know them) and moving on from there always helps, as does looking for articles based upon some sort of impact number. However, these are often older texts or papers and so, while looking for more current literature, I always end up struggling to know when to stop researching the literature. When do you have enough? And which papers are more relevant? Are newer papers with lower impact ratings less valuable than older, potentially outdated, ones with higher impact scores? In the end it's always a learning process and there is always more to learn!
  14. Hello everyone, Each week I will be sharing a published article with the Nvivo Research Club Community. These scholarly works will be selected for one or more of reasons below: Author(s)'s reflection of how they utilized Nvivo in their research. Author(s)'s opinions regarding Nvivo and/or CAQDAS tools usage for a single or multiple methodological approach in qualitative research field. Author(s)'s perspective about the strengths and the limitations of Nvivo for their research. The goals of this initiative are: Providing resources for the members of research clubs to allow them to review published practices of Nvivo utilization in their research areas. Initiating a discussion between the research club members to share their opinions and questions about the shared article or their own work. Allowing research club members to find/meet other researchers in their area of study. Encouraging collaboration between researchers. Please engage, share and let everyone learn from each other. Regards,
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