UT librarians offer scoping review consultation services for individuals and research groups. We can help with:
Much of the work a librarian does to assist researchers falls under their everyday job responsibilities. However, systematic reviews, scoping reviews, and meta-analyses, often require greater librarian involvement and may include direct use of a librarian's intellectual property. When these levels of assistance lead to a published paper, it is appropriate to credit the librarian involved.
Involvement and expectation may differ by librarian, and levels of librarian involvement and acknowledgement should be part of the systematic review consultation. However, we've compiled some basic guidelines below:
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