As part of your Adult Learning Project you will complete a literature review of published work on topics related to your project. The purpose of a literature review is to determine what others have learned and said about a particular issue or problem, in order to inform your own work on the problem.
Search the Walden Library and Internet for articles and other resources relevant to the problem your project is intended to address. Your literature review should include at least 10 research articles from peer-reviewed journals published within the last seven years. You can also include books, reports, and websites if they are relatively recent and published by reputable sources.
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