Annotated Bibliography (150 Points toward Final Course Grade)
After selecting a topic and developing research questions, you will conduct research on your topic. You will then write an annotated bibliography that properly cites and summarizes six sources and describes how these sources will be incorporated into the research project. Of these six sources, four must be from peer-reviewed publications accessed through the MDC library’s article database system.
For each of these six sources, you will provide the works cited entry in proper MLA format and then write a 8-10 sentences (1-2 paragraphs) that 1) thoroughly summarize the source’s main idea and important supporting points, 2) evaluates the source, and 3) present the relationship between the source and the other sources in the bibliography. All specific information from the article, including paraphrases and quotations, are to be cited using properly-formatted parenthetical (in-text) citations. The total word count for the Annotated Bibliography should be 1200-1600 words.
**For more information, see the sample student annotated bibliography in the Unit 3 packet. Also, see the “Annotated Bibliography” section of the Bedford Handbook (pages 553-555).
**Format: Annotated bibliographies are to be typed and double-spaced (both the citations and the annotation paragraphs). Also, like a Works Cited page, entries are to be presented in alphabetical order
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