Bibliography: Beyond the Simple Citation, or how to construct a value-added Annotated Bibliography Workshop - Joshua Salmans and Jake Syma
Learners will be able to…
1. recognize these critical thinking skills (summarization, assessment, reflection) within an entry
2. assess the quality of the critical elements within an entry
3. articulate their findings through class discussion on samples provided.
The goal of this workshop (Bibliography2) is to promote the critical thinking skills necessary to compose a quality annotated bibliographic entry. Designed both for general edification and to supplement the annotated bibliography project in LIBR 1100, this workshop will provide a foundation for critically engaging resources. Presenters will market the utilization of summarizing, assessing, and reflecting on citations to exploit their value in the research process. Learners will evaluate provided sample bibliographies through a group reflection activity using skills presented. By the end of the session, learners will be able to recognize these critical thinking skills within an entry, assess the quality of those elements within an entry, and articulate their findings through class discussion.
1. Maximize the potential value of the resources you discover
2. Improve your thesis by critically engaging those resources
3. Gives you an edge with the final project for most LIBR 1100 sections
Audience: Primarily upper-division undergraduate and early graduate
Presenter(s): Jake Syma; Joshua Salmans
- Tuesday, March 6, 2018
- 1:00pm - 3:00pm
- Lab 150
- University Library