When searching for sources it is helpful to develop a system of organization. One of the most commonly used methods of organizing sources is to keep an annotated bibliography.
Read about annotated bibliography’s by visiting the Purdue Owl website.
Create your own annotated bibliography with the sources you are using for your research paper. Your annotated bibliography should follow APA style guidelines and should include at least 6 scholarly research articles. You may include other resources as well.
Still not quite clear on what counts as “scholarly”? View the “Scholarly and Peer-Reviewed Articles” and the “Questions to Ask When Determining Credibility of Sources” fact sheets from the NAU Online Library for a refresher.
Each annotation should:
• Include a full citation of the source
• Summarize the article
• Assess the sources claims and explain how the article fits with your research paper
Submit this assignment to the dropbox “LP2.2 Assignment: Annotated Bibliography.” You can navigate to this dropbox by clicking the “next” arrow at the top right of your screen. This assignment is worth 75 points and will be graded according to the scoring guide below.