Annotating a Bibliography. Annotating a Bibliography. 1. Read "Annotating a Bibliography" by Lunsford et al. in Everyone’s an Author (337/500) and "Keeping Track: Managing Information Overload by Lunsford et al. in Everyone’s An Author (362-366/485-490). Then take a look at this Sample Annotated Bibliography. Preview the documentView in a new windowHere is a helpful video as well:
2. Read the "Guidelines for the Annotated Bibliography"Preview the documentView in a new window and note the "Scoring Rubric for the Annotated Bibliography"Preview the documentView in a new window.
3. Review next week’s research assignments in Before You Start – Exploring Your Own Topic Part 2 – The Annotated Bibliography Assignment.
4. Respond. Next week you will locate 15 sources, evaluate those sources, narrow those sources, write an annotated bibliography of those sources, and then you will identify the quotes and passages from those sources to use in your major paper. After reading the chapter on Annotating a Bibliography, reviewing the sample, and reading the guidelines and scoring rubric, please write a 150-250 (or more) word discussion post of how you might best manage your research to share with the class. Large projects require an organized approach to the research and drafting process. Here are some questions to get you started: How/where will you save your sources? How will you keep track of your evaluation of sources so that you know what to use or not use in your essay? Will you print and highlight each source, taking notes on the copy? Will you take electronic notes on each source? Will you keep the citations from each source in one document? Will you create a folder just for this research project on your home or school computer drive? Write 150-250 words and proofread before you submit the discussion.
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