Library Research/Literature Review

A researcher develops a literature review around a topic in education. The review may or may not involve a critical review and/or suggestions for classroom practices.

This study does not require IRB approval.

Faculty who could oversee this kind of project: 
Laura Kelly, Cara Djonko-Moore, Zac Casey, Laura Taylor

Research example:
The researcher reviewed the literature about linguistic diversity in early childhood classrooms.

Machado, E. (2017). Fostering and sustaining diverse literacy practices in the early childhood classroom: Reviewing the literature in three areas. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice, 66(1), 309–324.