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- Add the term methodology to your topic and search.
Example: "distance education students" AND methodology
What are Literature Reviews, Methodology and Results?
Articles that include methods, results, literature review are a specific type of academic or scholarly research that tends to be more common in the sciences and social sciences. Here is a break down of the terms:
- Literature Review
When articles are published on this type of research, they frequently include a literature review near the beginning of the article. A literature review discusses the findings of research on the same or related subject. In other words, what is known so far on this subject.
That leads into what the author or authors want to find out about the subject and how they are going to to do it, which would the their methods or methodology.
The results, of course are what they found out based on their research.
Extracted from Situational interest, computer self-efficacy and self-regulation: Their impact on student engagement in distance education (must be on campus or have a COM ID to view the entire article).