Submit an Annotated Bibliography of 10 sources; these should be directly related to your topic and, ideally, sources you will use in your essay. We can annotate sources in many ways but we’re interested in including the following elements in our annotations:
Summary: A summary of the source material. What are the main lines of argument? What is the main claim or point of the source? How would you describe this source to a classmate? A brief description of the author’s credentials, purpose, and audience.
Assessment: After summarizing the source you should evaluate it. Is it a useful source for your argument? Is the source reliable? Is there bias in the source? How does the source relate/compare to your other sources?
How you plan to use the source: After summarizing and assessing the source, you should address how the source fits into your research. Was the source helpful to you? In what way did it influence or shape your argument?
Is the piece an important source of counterarguments or is it primarily a piece you will appeal to for support? How does this source synthesize with other sources?
Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Annotated bibliography
Number of sources: 6
Academic level: Undergraduate
Paper format: MLA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English