"What type of review could you write?"
The flow chart from Yale's Medical Library can help you choose a method of knowledge (evidence) synthesis that fits your project.
Below: details about three review types that scholars might conduct.
UWaterloo's Writing and Communication Centre.
Meet with teaching associates about any writing project. Work with them on:
Get help with your writing and formatting citations.
Consider creating an Open Researcher and Contributor ID. ORCiD provides you with a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher.
For example: "The Sankofa Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies is a peer-reviewed journal that supports the amplification of subaltern and marginalized voices at the University of Waterloo. The journal encourages submissions from all University of Waterloo communities (staff, faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students) from across all faculties and disciplines. Sankofa encourages us to 'look back' to 'move forward' by challenging traditional and eurocentric ideals of scholarship. We seek interdisciplinary works (original content that is rooted with-in and with-out the academe) that are rooted in praxis."
Programs such as RefWorks and Zotero can simplify citing sources and generating bibliographies in proper format.