What Is Literature Mapping?
Literature mapping is a way of discovering scholarly articles by exploring connections between publications using citation information and other metadata. These connections can be explored manually in databases such as Web of Science, Google Scholar and PubMed and through free browser-based tools such as Connected Papers, LitMaps, and Open Knowledge Maps that create graphical representations of linked literature. In this session participants will learn the principles of literature mapping, how to start a literature map manually, and be introduced to free browser-based literature mapping tools.
Register to attend the live online session or to receive a copy of the recording.
This workshop will be offered as an online session via Zoom. You must register for this workshop. You will receive a registration confirmation email, which includes the Zoom link for the workshop. On the day of the workshop, participants should log into their temple.zoom.us accounts in order to skip the waiting room. If participants are not Temple affiliates, they should use their first and last names in order to be admitted to the session. Participants do not need a video camera or a microphone, but will need an audio connection to hear the instructor.
Please email Jenny Pierce, firstname.lastname@example.org, with questions.
Workshop is recommended for: Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, Temple Hospital staff, and community members.
- Thursday, February 22, 2024
- 12:00pm - 12:30pm