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Writing A Literature Review: Additional Resources

This guide provides information and links on how to write literature reviews.

Online Resources


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The Writing Centre

The Writing Centre offers two kinds of writing support:

1. During the academic year, the Writing Centre offers free one-to-one writing consultations with a peer tutor. More details are available the Writing Centre website.

2. Almost year-round, WriteAway offers free feedback on students’ draft writing assignments from qualified tutors. Submit your assignment. 

You can also explore the Library's extensive collection of resources on communication in different fields at the Writing Centre's Research Guide

Off Campus Access

Login to access e-books, e-journals and databases from home.

Current students, faculty or staff members can login using MyBCIT or network login. Check our help sheet for tips.

If you are an alumni, community borrower or retiree with a current library account you will need to create a PIN

For help with login contact the Service Desk at 604-432-8370 or by email.

Books and E-Books

The following books are available at the BCIT Library (Burnaby Campus).