You need to first carefully read and understand what an Annotated Bibliography is and the 3 different parts of it. Please read the OWL at Purdue’s materials on this. You also need to find a suitable (relevant, credible, and trustworthy) article on your topic. Your article should provide some answer(s) to your research question and help you learn more about your topic of interest. Please have your article’s citation information and notes on the main point of the article to prepare for this activity. The Annotated Bibliography is a bibliography with annotations. It’s a typical academic research assignment. The goal is to gather credible and relevant research sources to answer your research question. The annotated bibliography is often a preliminary assignment before a larger research paper. It helps you organize your research and your thinking about your research. The parts of the Annotated Bibliography are an MLA citation followed by a paragraph for these 3 parts (1) a brief paragraph summary of the information in the article (2) an evaluation on the credibility or trustworthiness of the source (3) a brief paragraph of reflection on how this source answers your research question. (4) Discuss your research process and use of databases. Website OWL: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/common_writing_assignments/annotated_bibliographies/index.html
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