Cochrane Interactive Learning

Kate Ghezzi-Kopel

Abstract


Cochrane Interactive Learning (CIL) is a modular, self-directed, educational tool for researchers performing systematic reviews. Systematic reviews present unbiased, transparent, and reproducible syntheses of all research pertaining to a well-formulated question and are a critical tool to inform clinical practice and decision-making. Researchers must adhere to a rigorous set of standards when performing systematic reviews, and robust training is required to learn the complex requirements of the methodology. CIL provides an accessible, well-designed, step-by-step guide for navigating the systematic review process. This resource review outlines the major features of CIL and discusses the usability and accessibility of this learning tool for both researchers and librarians.


Keywords


Systematic Reviews; Evidence Synthesis; Self-Directed Learning; Resource Review

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5195/jmla.2018.516

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