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Covidence, a web-based tool licensed by the UC Berkeley Library, helps with your systematic and other literature reviews, which are popular processes to summarize and synthesize literature in your topic of interest. Covidence helps you organize and track progress on your review, from search results to extraction.
In Covidence, you can:
This interactive workshop will take you through these steps, starting with creating your UC Berkeley Covidence account. How to add reviewers or make changes mid-review, how to develop exclusion criteria, and how to get help will be covered. There will be plenty of time for Q & A during this session; you are welcome to raise questions about your specific review or review process.
*A @berkeley or @lbl email is needed to use the UC Berkeley Covidence license. However, non-UCB folks are welcome to attend this workshop.
Workshop Materials: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1T1CnJP_f6e8Uv7VyT6zhS1gp60ulfD6b
Software: A @berkeley or @lbl email is needed to use the UC Berkeley Covidence license. However, non-UCB folks are welcome to attend this workshop.