Help with structured searches
The library can be of assistance with larger and more structured searches, for example before an application.
An example of how the collaboration could work
- First meeting: Bring your framing of a question and one or more articles that are relevant. Together we discuss search terms, search strategies and look at relevant databases. We perform a first test search together.
- After the meeting, you review the search results and estimate the relevance.
- Second meeting: We optimize the search strategy until we are satisfied with the result.
- When we have developed a good search strategy, the librarian, or you, performs searches in other relevant databases. The searches are documented.
- The end result may be added to a reference management program.
Please contact us and we will discuss further cooperation.