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The University of Otago LibGuides recommends…

The University of Otago LibGuides recommends… these resources for “Managing your literature”, two of them from this blog.

You know how to manage your references, but what about all the literature you’re finding? How do you map the connections between the themes, ideas and papers you’ve discovered?

Here are a few sources and strategies that may help:

It’s always nice to know other people are finding this blog useful!

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