You will be creating an annotated bibliography of 3 sources (one book, one scholarly journal and one magazine/newspaper/internet). You will be using the Modern Language Association (MLA) format for your bibliography. You must use this format consistently for each citation.
IMPORTANT: Credit will not be given for descriptive/evaluative information copied from another source. In other words, if you find a book review and copy this review to serve as your annotation you will not receive credit. This is considered plagiarism and your instructor will take further action (see Academic Honor Code). You will not receive credit if citations are not in MLA format. In other words, if you copy a citation from the library’s catalog or from a database and do not attempt to format the citation in MLA format you will not receive credit.
Part 1: Locating Internet Resources
Using a web search engine (such as Google), locate reliable websites relevant to your selected topic. Select 1 website that is most relevant to your topic. Examine the resources and create a citation and an annotation for each website.
Part 2: Locating Scholarly Journal Articles
Using an appropriate subscription database and appropriate search strategies, find 1 scholarly journal article relevant to the selected topic. Subscription databases and search strategies have been discussed in class. Select 1 scholarly article that is most relevant to your topic. Credit will not be given for articles that are not from scholarly journals. “Scholarly” is also known as “peer reviewed” or “refereed.” These can be contrasted with “popular” magazines. These concepts are posted as notes on blackboard. Examine these resources and create a citation and an annotation for each article.
Part 3: Locating Books
Using the library’s online catalog (which has been discussed in class), locate book that would help you gather more information on the selected topic. Select 1 book that is most relevant to the topic. Examine the resource and create a citation and an annotation for each source. Note: You need not read an entire book.
*NOTE* Added is the internet source but you still only need 3 sources. And attached is a student sample.
So basically it’s a short summery of these three sources also explaining why it will be useful for my persuasive essay That i will write later.
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