Literature Review

Before writing a literature review, you should carefully review the resources you plan to use first. A good literature review is more than just a summary of each article you are utilizing in your research. Instead, in a literature review you compare and evaluate resources, and you identify trends and implications of the research. While reviewing resources for your Literature Review, consider taking notes or building a matrix to help you organize your information.

In this Application, you will begin composing the Literature Review section for your Final Project. This week, your Literature Review should include a minimum of five scholarly resources to be used as part of your Final Project. Next week, you will continue to build upon your Literature Review as part of your Week 8: Application. Ultimately, your literature review section of your Final Project will contain a minimum of 15 scholarly resources due in Week 11.

The assignment (3–4 pages):
•Compose the Literature Review section for your Final Project.
•Include a reference list of scholarly resources using APA style.

Support your Application Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are asked to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the Learning Resources for this course.



Literature Review