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Optimising the efficacy of hybrid academic terms: lessons from a systematic review process
Australian Universities' Review
  • W Lake
  • Margie Wallin, Southern Cross University
  • Bill E Boyd, Southern Cross University, School of Environment, Science & Engineering, Australia
  • Geoff Woolcott, Southern Cross University
  • Wendy Boyd, Southern Cross University
  • A Foster
  • Christos Markopoulos, Southern Cross University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2018
Peer Reviewed
Peer-Reviewed
Abstract

Undertaking a systematic review can have many benefits, beyond any theoretical or conceptual discoveries pertaining to the underlying research question. This paper explores the value of utilising a hybrid academic team when undertaking the systematic review process, and shares a range of practical strategies. The paper also comments on how such a hybrid team sits in a continuum of cooperation, coordination and collaboration. Key recommendations include choosing a great team, communicating well, documenting everything, and being explicit – for the benefit of your research team, and the readers of your systematic review.

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Citation Information

Lake, W, Wallin, M, Boyd, WE, Woolcott, G, Boyd, W, Foster, A & Markopoulos, C 2018, 'Optimising the efficacy of hybrid academic terms: lessons from a systematic review process', Australian Universities' Review, vol. 60, no. 1, pp. 16-24.