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The EDUU 607 Annotated Biblography

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Kimberly Greene, Ed.D.

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What is an Annotation?
APA Format Specifics
Why Should I Write an Annotated Bibliography?
What is a Bibliography?
A tutorial based upon a Prezi originally created by
Gabrielle Jasso, Mario Martinez, Adrian Garza, 2015

Required Information

When writing a research paper, bibliographies are necessary to cite all of the sources used. Also called a "works cited," page.
The importance of paraphrasing:
Summarize:
Assess:
Reflect:
FYI-
Main differences between MLA & APA:
To summarize a source, begin by asking questions about the source, such as "what is the point of this book or article?" Some annotations stop at this step; for a more detailed annotation follow the next two steps
Specific APA Annotated Bib Resources:
https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/
-Scroll down for the APA sample-
The second step to annotation is to look back at the source and judge its reliability.
Is the source relevant to the topic at hand,
and more importantly, is the source reliable/valid?
The various citations - in APA formatting- inform readers exactly what kinds of materials are being described and exactly where to go retrieve them.
The last step involved in annotating a source is once again judging its impact on the paper at hand, and asking some relevant questions. How is the source helpful to your research?
What to collect for a printed source?
Name of Author(s)
Title of publication
Date of publication
The place (city: state) of publication of a book
The publishing company of a book
The volume number of a magazine or printed encyclopedia
Annotation should be
around
100 words
Double-spaced!
Each line of the annotation is indented 5 spaces
What to collect from an online resource?
Author and editors name
Title of the page
The company or organization who posted the website
The Web address for the page
The last date you looked at the page
An annotation is a short summary of the source. Annotating sources involves paraphrasing, or creating your own rendition of essential information.
Paraphrasing is vital to the writing of any research paper. Paraphrasing reduces the need to overly quote a source, and in the process, you are able to understand the information more readily.
MLA format is generally used for studies in the field of humanities
Difference in name, page number and date placing when citing
APA is generally used in the social sciences
An annotated bibliography contains detailed information about each source you have used.
Each annotation provides essential details about a source.
Annotating helps the author understand the text better
Annotated Bibliography:
To understand the meaning of the term "annotated bibliography," we must define each word separately.
The EDUU 607 Annotated Bibliograhy
https://www.bethel.edu/library/research/apa-annobib-sixth.pdf
-Outstanding resource to hold onto-
EDUU 607 NOTES:
Great little video here but be aware- the citation shown is MLA- NOT APA!!
Our annotations for each resource should be approximately 100 words.
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