ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY and OUTLINE

“Literature reviews, including research syntheses and meta-analyses, are critical evaluations of material that has already been published. In meta-analyses, authors use quantitative procedures to statistically combine the results of studies. By organizing, integrating,and evaluating previously published material, authors of literature reviews consider the progress of research toward clarifying a problem. In a sense, literature reviews are tutorials, in that authors

define and clarify the problem;
summarize previous investigations to inform the reader of the state of research;
identify relations, contradictions, gaps, and inconsistencies in the literature; and
suggest the next step or steps in solving the problem.

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The components of literature reviews can be arranged in various ways (e.g., by grouping research based on similarity in the concepts or theories of interest, methodological similarities among the studies reviewed, or the historical development of the field).”For this assignment, you will create an annotated bibliography and an outline, two documents that will help you create your research paper.
The annotated bibliography should be formatted using the example provided. For this week you are only required to have 5 peer-reviewed articles in your annotated bibliography.

The outline should include your paper topic and the anticipated sections for your paper (no more than 3 main sections). Under each area include detailed information, including the purpose of that section in relation to the paper. This outline is not complete or final, but should provide enough detailed information so that you may receive helpful feedback for this paper.
Be sure to use APA format, including a cover page and reference section. Include in-text citations to show what sources you will use for each section. *******Below attached is an example of how the professor would like for this outline to be.
annotated_bibliography_apa_style_1_.pdf

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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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APA 6th Edition Guidelines: Annotated Bibliography
An annotated bibliography is the full citation of a source followed by notes and commentary
about a source. The word “annotate” means “critical or explanatory notes” and the word
“bibliography” means “a list of sources”. Annotations are not the same as abstracts. Abstracts
are purely descriptive summaries often found at the beginning of scholarly/ academic journal
articles. Annotations are meant to be critical in addition to being descriptive.
Format:
The format for an annotated bibliography is similar to that of a research paper. Use one-inch
margins on all sides, double-space your entries, and arrange each entry in alphabetical order.
Hanging Indents are required for citations in the bibliography, as shown below. The first line of
the citation starts at the left margin and subsequent lines of the citation will be indented.
Example: Journal Article with DOI
Calkins, S., & Kelley, M. (2007, Fall). Evaluating internet and scholarly sources across the
disciplines: Two case studies. College Teaching, 55(4), 151-156. doi:10.1111/j.17477379.2007.00759.x
This article discusses the problem of unintentional online plagiarism and many
students’ inability to evaluate, critique, synthesize, and credit online sources properly.
Two case studies from different disciplines, which were designed to foster critical
evaluation of the Internet and scholarly sources, are discussed in detail. The CARS
(Credibility, Accuracy, Reasonableness, Support) checklist for evaluating research
sources is also introduced and applied in these case studies. I found this article useful
because much of the content of these case studies can be easily adapted to fit
assignments in different academic disciplines. One information literacy assignment
in one quarter at college is not enough. If students are expected to use the Internet in
a responsible way, educators must provide guidelines and relevant experience that
allows students to apply those guidelines in practical ways.
Updated 02/2010
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
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For annotated bibliographies, use standard APA format for the citations, then add a brief entry,
including:
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•
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2 to 4 sentences to summarize the main idea(s) of the source.
o What are the main arguments?
o What is the point of this book/article?
o What topics are covered?
1 or 2 sentences to assess and evaluate the source.
o How does it compare with other sources in your bibliography?
o Is this information reliable?
o Is the source objective or biased?
1 or 2 sentences to reflect on the source.
o Was this source helpful to you?
o How can you use this source for your research project?
o Has it changed how you think about your topic?
Example: Journal Article without DOI (when DOI is not available)
Calkins, S., & Kelley, M. (2007, Fall). Evaluating internet and scholarly sources across the
disciplines: Two case studies. College Teaching, 55(4), 151-156. Retrieved from
http://www.heldref.org/pubs/ct/about.html
This article discusses the problem of unintentional online plagiarism and many
students’ inability to evaluate, critique, synthesize, and credit online sources properly.
Two case studies from different disciplines, which were designed to foster critical
evaluation of the Internet and scholarly sources, are discussed in detail. I found this
article useful because much of the content of these case studies can be easily adapted
to fit assignments in different academic disciplines. One information literacy
assignment in one quarter at college is not enough. If students are expected to use the
Internet in a responsible way, educators must provide guidelines and relevant
experience that allows students to apply those guidelines in practical ways.
Updated 02/2010

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