Virginia Tech University Libraries has recently acquired an institutional license for Covidence, a web-based software that can help you with your systematic review! With Covidence, researchers conducting a systematic review can:
Covidence is compatible with EndNote, Zotero, Refworks, and Mendeley (e.g., reference managers that support RIS, CSV, or PubMedXML).
Once you are signed up with VT's institutional license, you will have the option to create your project under your own account or with the institutional license. Be sure to select the VT option to access all of the benefits of our institutional license!
Virginia Tech University Libraries hosts workshops through PDN about how to use Covidence and other topics related to systematic reviews.
Learn how to use Covidence at each step of your systematic review.
Check out the Covidence FAQ page.
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