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Creating and Understanding Annotated Bibliographies Workshop- Pre-Recorded- Amy Dye-Reeves ONLINE

1. Appropriately summarize source material

2. Evaluate the credibility of sources and authors

3. Analyze and assess the relevance and usefulness of sources

The workshop, "Creating and Understanding Annotated Bibliographies," will help you understand how to create connections between the sources and to identify where they agree and disagree with each other. An annotated bibliography is a list of sources on a specific topic that includes annotation for each source. Annotated bibliographies require active engagement with sources by encouraging students to make connections between multiple sources. Through this review of sources, students can learn what has already been saying about the topic, see where sources disagree, discover gaps in the research where more research is needed, and become part of the larger conversation. Annotated bibliographies are common college assignments; each one may have slightly different requirements, depending on the instructor's wants.

If you miss the window to register to receive the link for the online presentation, please contact amy.dye-reeves@ttu.edu

Related LibGuide: Creating and Understanding Annotated Bibliographies Workshop by Amy Dye-Reeves

Friday, October 15, 2021
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
University Library
  Graduates     Undergrads  

Registration is required. There are 90 seats available.

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Amy Dye-Reeves
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Denise Caspell

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