Annotated bibliography instructions
The annotated bibliography entries must be relevant for the topic chosen in the introduction.
1. The entries must be summary annotation entries:
“describes the source by answering the following questions: who wrote the document, what the document discusses, when and where was the document written, why was the document produced, and how was it provided to the public. The focus is on description. “ (source: Columbia College APA citation guide)
2. Read peer-review journal articles and using your own words develop a summary annotation for each entry.
3. Follow the guidelines at APA Citation Guide (6th/7th edition): Go (copy/paste in your browser) to https://columbiacollege-ca.libguides.com/c.php?g=713274&p=5082938 watch the complete video and carefully review the information provided.
Review Columbia College APA citation guide
4. You must use the following: APA_Annotated_Bibliography_Template copy.docx APA_Annotated_Bibliography_Template copy.docx – Alternative Formats
Source Columbia College APA citation guide
5. Create an annotated bibliography of 10 entries peer-review journal articles on the topic selected in the prior assignment: Introduction research proposal.
Make sure you review and follow Rubric annotated bibliography copy.docx Rubric annotated bibliography copy.docx – Alternative Formats