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Resources and Tips
Transcript of Resources and Tips
Bibliography- a list of sources
Annotation- a summary or evaluation
What are the main arguments?
What is the point of this book or article?
What topics are covered?
If someone asked what this article/book is about, what would you say?
Is it a useful source?
How does it compare with other sources in your bibliography?
Is the information reliable?
Is this source biased or objective?
What is the goal of this source?
Was this source helpful to you?
How does it help you shape your argument?
How can you use this source in your research project?
Has it changed how you think about your topic?
Format Bibliographic Information MLA style
Please refer to:
"The Norton Field Guide to Writing" pages 484-521 and pages 159-163
Easybib.com or Easybib app
Any other online citation website
Annotating the information
For each source, after citing:
Please write the annotation in paragraph form.
Lengths of the annotations will vary significantly from a couple of sentences to a couple of pages.
Length depends on purpose.
If you're just writing summaries of your sources, the annotations may not be very long. (Incomplete)
If you are writing an extensive analysis of each source, you'll need more space.
Each annotation must include the four parts: Citation, Summary, Assess/Evaluation, and Reflection to be considered complete.
Focus your annotations for your own needs.
A few sentences of general summary followed by several sentences of how you can tie this information into your paper will make drafting easier.
If you can't use it in your paper, how helpful is the information?
Getting a variety of information from a variety of sources will make your paper more credible.
Getting counterargument information is helpful as well.
Annotated Bibliography Requirements:
Must be in MLA format
Must contain all four parts of an AB in order to receive full credit.
Must contain 2 database sources.
Must contain 2 print sources.
Must contain 2 internet sources.
Three of the sources must have counterargument information
DUE NEXT TUESDAY
All information found at: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/01/