I have to read out loud a 600-word literature review that focuses on:
The purpose of the study is to explore how the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence impact patron use of university libraries. This study will seek solutions and analyze both concepts of the Internet of Things along with Artificial intelligence.
(the library is trying to implemtn new technologies -- but the board wants more information on the impact between AI and IoT)
It will be from the previous proposal topic chosen by my manager and using ONLY the attached reference sources (the attached Proposal and [login to view URL] file).
If you need an additional sources please have it be peer reviewed journals. Please follow the example provided BELOW as a guide of how my project manager wants the layout (I starred it)*
**Literature Review Draft Boss instructions for guidance: The purpose of the literature review is to provide a summary of relevant information related to your topic. The format is similar to that of a mini term paper. It is important that the information is obtained from reliable and valid sources. This means that peer reviewed (or refereed) journals are required. The term “peer-reviewed” means the journal article was submitted to a review by researchers in the related field prior to its publication. The process provides reasonable assurance that research is conducted using the appropriate research design, methodology, and data analysis technique. As you review your sources, pay specific attention to the literature review written by the author(s). It will help you with writing your literature review.
****Here’s an example of the first paragraph of a literature review. The literature on Makerspaces and Learning Labs has been proliferating almost as quickly as these new learning spaces themselves. However, the literature focuses mainly on: (1) history and models of Makerspaces and Learning Labs (Abram, 2013; Balas, 2012; Mayo, 2013); (2) case studies or informal reports of how specific libraries or museums developed their Makerspace or Learning Lab (Britton, 2012; Jensen, 2013; Haug, 2014; Lar-son, 2014; Mayo, 2013); (3) advice and re-sources for how to start a Makerspace or Learning Lab (American Library Association, 2013; Graves, 2014; Houston, 2014; Jensen, 2013; The Makerspace Team, 2013; McDonald, 2013; Preddy, 2013); and (4) models and technology suggested for use and sample projects (Loertscher, Preddy, & Derry, 2013; The Maker Team, 2013; Steele, 2013). The limited research on these innovative learning environments relates to surveying libraries in the U.S. and seven other countries about the presence of Makerspaces in their organization or their plans to develop one in the future (Burke, 2013). Further Burke explored issues related to funding, programming, and the top technologies used by library Makerspaces. Burke’s study, however, did not address competencies needed by information professionals who work in these learning spaces.
This needs to be done by 12pm PST.
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