Evidence Synthesis Methods Interest Group

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Charge: To promote and develop competencies around evidence synthesis including systematic reviews, meta-analyses, scoping reviews, and other related methods of research synthesis, through activities such as: Facilitating discussion and peer-support; Creating and managing a resource page; Encouraging programming and publications around systematic reviews through ACRL.
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ESMIG updates and looking ahead

  • 1.  ESMIG updates and looking ahead

    Posted Apr 29, 2022 08:46 AM

    Dear all,


    I hope this email finds you well. I wanted to let you know that we will be going on hiatus with Journal Club starting this month through the summer. Thanks to all of you for participating over the past several months and making Journal Club a great venue for discussing and learning about current research, tools and trends!  Looking forward to resuming in September, and as always, feel free to sign up here.


    I'd also like to announce that Zahra Premji, Health Research Librarian at the University of Victoria, will be taking over as convener of the Evidence Synthesis Methods Interest Group. Aimee Sgourakis, Bibliometric Services Librarian at the University of Pittsburgh, will be serving as incoming convener.


    We look forward to another great year of engagement with the evidence synthesis community, and are seeking your input for programming and activities in the coming year. Please fill out this brief survey at your convenience and before August. Thank you!