The annotated bib
Courtesy of :
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/o
wl/resource/614/01/
What is a BIBLIOGRAPHY?
 list of sources (books, journals,
websites, periodicals, etc.) used for
research
 "references" ...
What does ANNOTATED mean?
 ANNOTATION is a summary and/or
evaluation
 annotated bibliography= summary
and/or evaluation ...
SUMMARIZE:
 What are the main arguments?
 What is the point of this book or article?
 What topics are covered?
 Paraph...
Assess:
 Evaluate the source
 Is this a useful source?
 How does this compare with other
sources in your bib?
 Reliabl...
Reflect:
 How does this source fit into your
research?
 How was this source helpful to you? Or
not?
 How does it help y...
Why Am I Doing This?
 Excellent preparation for research
project
 You are forced to read each source
more carefully
 In...
THE THESIS
 The purpose of research is to state and
support a thesis
 Major part of research is developing a
thesis = de...
THESIS
GOOD NOT SO GOOD
 Because of the
diversity of new music
that arose, and the rise
of new technology,
Seventies musi...
ANNOTATED BIB FORMAT
 The bibliographic information:
 Entire Website=The Purdue OWL.
Purdue U Writing Lab, 2010. Web. Da...
THE ANNOTATIONS
 Written in paragraph form
 A few sentences of general summary &
several sentences of how you can fit th...
Today
 Choose a web resource for the group to
visit.
 Each group member writes an
ANNOTATED BIB entry (summarize &
asses...
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Annotated Bibliography from Owl Purdue

  1. 1. The annotated bib Courtesy of : http://owl.english.purdue.edu/o wl/resource/614/01/
  2. 2. What is a BIBLIOGRAPHY?  list of sources (books, journals, websites, periodicals, etc.) used for research  "references" or "works cited”  just bibliographic information (i.e., the author, title, publisher, etc.).
  3. 3. What does ANNOTATED mean?  ANNOTATION is a summary and/or evaluation  annotated bibliography= summary and/or evaluation of each source
  4. 4. SUMMARIZE:  What are the main arguments?  What is the point of this book or article?  What topics are covered?  Paraphrase
  5. 5. Assess:  Evaluate the source  Is this a useful source?  How does this compare with other sources in your bib?  Reliable?  Is this source biased or objective?  What is the goal of this source?
  6. 6. Reflect:  How does this source fit into your research?  How was this source helpful to you? Or not?  How does it help you shape your argument?  How can you use this source in your research project?  Has it changed how you think about your topic?
  7. 7. Why Am I Doing This?  Excellent preparation for research project  You are forced to read each source more carefully  Instead of just collecting data, you must read critically  It helps you develop your THESIS  Every good research paper is an argument the THESIS
  8. 8. THE THESIS  The purpose of research is to state and support a thesis  Major part of research is developing a thesis = debatable, interesting, and current  Bib helps you see what is debatable, interesting, and current  BIB teaches=WHAT ARE THE ISSUES?
  9. 9. THESIS GOOD NOT SO GOOD  Because of the diversity of new music that arose, and the rise of new technology, Seventies music was groundbreaking.  Supportable  Seventies music is cool.  Unsupportable
  10. 10. ANNOTATED BIB FORMAT  The bibliographic information:  Entire Website=The Purdue OWL. Purdue U Writing Lab, 2010. Web. Date of access  Individuals contributions= Russell, Tony, Allen Brizee, and Elizabeth Angeli. "MLA Formatting and Style Guide." The Purdue OWL. Purdue U Writing Lab, 4 Apr. 2010. Web. 20 July 2010.
  11. 11. THE ANNOTATIONS  Written in paragraph form  A few sentences of general summary & several sentences of how you can fit the work into your project
  12. 12. Today  Choose a web resource for the group to visit.  Each group member writes an ANNOTATED BIB entry (summarize & assess)  Share your work with the group.  As a group, create ONE bib entry.  Email me your entry (include all names of members)
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