Literature review hacks, please!
April 16, 2014 4:56 PM Subscribe
I'm in grad school and am writing a literature review as part of my capstone project. I have done a lot of initial research and have created awesome annotated bibliographies - it's just not enough, though.
I seem to have developed a severe case of writer's block. I've done directed research and have the information I need, but still have no idea where to begin. The concept of creating a cohesive thread through thirty different sources feels overwhelming. I have created subtopics within my chapter, but that still doesn't seem to break things down enough.
What am I missing? I'd like to write something that's presents my research in an interesting way. I'm not looking to simply create a finished product - I'd like it to be meaningful.
Your help is very, very much appreciated!