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Annotated Bibliography Search and Rescue

Annotated Bibliography Search and Rescue

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Annotated Bibliography Search and Rescue
 
Upload this document by 11:55 p.m. by Wednesday, October 10
 
If you’re late, upload the document to the Late Upload section
 
To encourage you to read the Annotated Bib Support Documents that
appear on Moodle, I’ve
prepared the following questions to search foranswers so as to rescue from the depths of ignorance by not makinguse of these resources. Some of the questions are also taken fromdiscussion in class. Please prepare an MS WORD Document (or Word-compatible document) that numbers your answers according to thefollowing questions. Upload it when complete. This is a non-collaborative assignment. You do NOT have to repeat the questions inyour answer unless you wish to.
 
1.
 
By reading and researching about your top
ic, you’ll likely encountersome of the same individuals’ names, organizations, and key
terms. In the spirit of inquiry, what might you do with thesereferences?
Evaluate the importance and relativity of these sources to the topic and citethem accordingly.
2.
 
Name at least four search links that appear on our home Moodlepage. (Then use them, by golly.)
PBS
 
Atkins Library 1103 Research
 
Pew Research ProjectBrookings Institution
 3.
 
How do I define critical thinking on the Assignment Sheet?
Wait-a-dang-
minute, this doesn’t jive with what I think or with what some of my other sources say, and this here’s why...”
 
 
 
4.
 
What does it mean to read rhetorically?
To understand the context of a given source
5.
 
There are three ways of using material from a source, each of which must be cited to the source. What are the
three ways?
Summarize, paraphrase and quote
6.
 
What style of formatting is required for this assignment? What’s
the easiest way to prepare your annotated
bibliography in acorrectly formatted document?
MLA format, follow the provided outline.
7.
 
Of the four sources, how many must present one side of yourissue (either an argumentative point OR just a
layer of 
complexity to the topic if it’s not an argumentative topic)?
One or more
8.
 
Whose fault i
s it if you prepare an assignment that doesn’t
adhere to the directions provided throughout
Moodle andshared in class?
Mine
9.
 
The citation you prepare for each source is arranged in whatorder on the Works Cited page?
Alphabetical
10.
 
Annotations have three parts: the summary, evaluation, anddescription of its use to you for your research. Can
thesesections overlap?
Yes
 
11.
 
Name at least four questions to address in your criticalevaluation of the source.
Is it reliable?What kind of source?How does it compare to other sources?What is its purpose?
12.
 
Are you to underline the title of books?
Italics
13.
 
When working with a peer that you select, do you exchangehand-written or electronic copies to write
comments on?
Either one
14.
 
What font and font size are you to use for your AnnotatedBibliography?
Times New Roman and 12
15.
 
What must you do before turning in your AB if you use anautomatic citation generator like EasyBib?
Not use EasyBib and do it yourself…
 
16.
 
Name at least two places to find accurate 2009 MLA styleformatting.
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/http://www.docstyles.com/mlacrib.htm
17.
 
True or false: A common mistake is to leave out the terms
“Web” or “Print” to identify where you got the
source.
True

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