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    • Research Process Seminar: Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 Annotating your bibliography Artist: Alicia Martin
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 The aims of this session are: - to define what a annotated bibliography is within CP2. - to discuss how to do a annotated bibliography. By the end of this session: - you will know what an annotated bibliography is. - you will seen some examples of Annotated Bibliographies
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 SESSION PLAN -1. Introduction of the session -2. Short overview of the previous “Research Methodologies” seminars - 3. What is an Annotated Bibliography? Why should we write an Annotated Bibliography? - 4. Learning Journal - 5. Wrap up: questions, doubts and comments
    • Seminar: Introduction to finding suitable research sources Short overview 10th October: week 2. Term 1. Week 2, 10/10/2013 -2. Why is so important to know how to find useful resources? - 3. Students research methods - 4. Research sources suitable for CP2 -5. Research methods.
    • Short overview of previous sessions: 17 th October: week 3. - Practice: finding useful resources already identified. - Discussion: HOW TO DETERMINE IF A SOURCE IS USEFUL? - Discussion: ORDENING YOUR RESEARCH ARCHIVE
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 NEXT STEP WHEN CONDUCTING ACADEMIC RESEARCH • The annotated bibliography
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 what is it? is a list of references (also known as citations) relating to books, chapters in books or journal articles on a particular theme or topic. Aprox: 150 words. NTU Referencing Style (Harvard) Each citation is followed by a brief summary A critical analysis of the text and evaluation of its Relevance/Usefulness.
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 What is the purpose of an Annotated Bibliography? - to describe and explain the context, relevance, accuracy and quality of a resource. Compiling an annotated bibliography is a very helpful part of creating a research essay, research project or dissertation. The work you do in finding and selecting relevant references supports your research idea and aids your further investigation.
    • Research Process Seminar: Annotating your bibliography Term 1. Week 4, 24/10/2013 • Summary: • The annotated bibliography the process: When you have found a number of resources that you judge to be relevant and valuable, you will annotate each one by summarising the theme and scope of the item, examining critically how the contents of the item relate to your research interest and the relevance and usefulness of the information provided.
    • Seminar: Introduction to academic research Term 1. Week 2, 10/10/2013 Comments, questions...