Annotated Bibliography

Content/Subject: Your annotated bibliography will consist of the sources that you have deemed relevant to your topic.  While you may encounter sources that are not relevant or do not fit the scope of your project while researching, for the purposes of this assignment, you will only include the ones that you find useful and relevant. For this assignment, you will be writing evaluative annotations rather than summative annotations. In a summative evaluation, the writer simply summarizes the text. In an evaluative annotation, the writer critically evaluates the source for relevance. The writer also evaluates for the quantity of valid information the source has for the writer’s project. Cite the source in proper MLA format. The citations are in alphabetical order by the author just as in an MLA Works Cited page. Follow with a brief annotation that summarizes the source (approx. 2-3 sentences). Do not copy and paste the abstract. All of the annotations should be in your own words. In 3-5 sentences, evaluate the source for relevancy to your paper, compare it to other sources you have found, explain the author’s expertise and any bias they might have, identify the strengths and weaknesses of the source, and identify any relevant conclusions the author made. Constraints:  The annotated bibliography is a rigid genre.  Your citations must adhere to MLA format.  This will be one of the central components of the grade for this assignment.  Failure to follow MLA format exactly will harm your grade. The annotations for each source should follow an academic style.  This means that you must construct, with an elevated and sophisticated language, correct grammatical sentences. To view an example of an annotated bibliography, look through the Columbia College MLA Citation Guide (8th Edition). Specific guidelines to follow when completing this assignment are 6 sources located using the library databases. Adherence to MLA format for all citations. Sources in alphabetical order according to the author. Thoughtful and complete annotations of 100-150 words. Correct grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

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