The Week’s resources give additional guidance on writing an annotated
bibliography. You will write many annotated bibliography entries during
your graduate studies. They are the building blocks of your papers and
research. Preparing an annotated bibliography is an excellent way to
take study notes as well as to keep a careful record of what you read
for your own future writings and research.
Note: The material in your Annotated Bibliography
needs to be written after a careful reading of the article itself, and
not just the abstract. Further, the Annotated Bibliography follows the
same Academic Integrity regulations as other documents to ensure that
you carefully paraphrase, or, if you need to, use quotes. The second
most frequent Academic Integrity violations are given for poorly
prepared annotated bibliographies.
In your work on the Week 7 assignment you located three scholarly
articles. Using the guidelines and resources you reviewed, create an
Annotated Bibliography that focuses on those three sources.
Length: 3 entries – approximately 2-3 pages.
Your paper should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas
and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts
and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should
reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere
to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.