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Types of Sources and Writing an Annotated Bibliography

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Class: ENG-112 / Instructor: Wendi Berry

 

Tuesday, Jan. 20th - Session 1 - Types of Information Sources:

 

  • Step 2 - Identify Your Information Needs and Sources  Guide to Research at JSRCC Libraries
    • Complete the library worksheet - Types of Resources
  • TILT Tutorial - Module 1: Selecting Resources
    • Complete Module 1 including the quiz.  Print out your quiz results.  You can also email a copy of your quiz results to yourself.

 

Thu, Jan. 22nd - Session 2 - Searching Library Databases / Writing an Annotated Bibliography:

 

More Topic Ideas:

 

  • Subject Guides from Valencia Community College When the subject list appears, click on a broad subject that interests you.  When the subject guide appears, scroll down to the Suggested Topics section and review the research questions.  Also scroll down to the search terms listed under the Catalog Search section - you can use these terms to search for articles.

 

Finding Articles via the Library Databases: 

 

 

Citing Sources MLA Style: 

 

 

How to Write an Annotated Bibliography:

 

 

Other Annotated Bibliography Guidelines and Examples - Selective Web Sites:
 

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