General Evidence Synthesis
Overviews of evidence synthesis concepts and methods, choosing types of reviews.
Developing Your Protocol
Registering Your Protocl
This is not an exhaustive list, but attempts to capture the most prevalent databases used to search for evidence in the social sciences. See the full list of databases available to Rutgers affiliates.
The following is a very comprehensive list of critical appraisal tools. Each tool corresponds to either a body of knowledge or a specific type of study or research method. Be sure to use a tool that matches the subject, method, and/or study type of the tool you're use to appraise.
Adapted from Duquesne University Libraries
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