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“It was a great learning experience for me. I am using the tips learned for my scoping review now and enjoying reading the articles! It’s like reading with a brighter light on.”

Naomi

“I found the process very helpful and exactly what I needed to help me start reading articles for their structure, not just their content.”

Anna

“Questions from each of the building blocks 'forced' me to read the article with more intent rather than just mere ‘reading'. Each building block allows me to focus on various components (mining or fishing for relevant information from the article to answer the questions) of the research project being reported. It made my reading of the article more purposeful.”

Helena

“The canvas is a very useful academic signposting tool that greatly enhances a doctoral student’s ability to deconstruct a paper and use that to map out the thesis journey.”

Anthony

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