Do they really expect a systematic review?
Creating your protocol
Developing your protocol
What sources should you search?
Developing the search strategy
Running and recording your search strategies
Managing your search results
What to do next with your search results
Writing and reporting your review
Sources of help
For subject-specific information about search skills and techniques be sure to access the information within your Subject Guide. Your Academic Liaison Librarian may be able to offer more specific help in this area.
For more general information about good search practice take a look at Searching the literature.
For questions regarding forms and conventions for presentation of your work, and appropriate protocols, be sure to refer to your supervisor for help.
You might also like to explore the Systematic Review Toolbox, which provides links to a range of tools to support the review process.