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LIDA100 : Annotated Bibliography

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  • Course Code: LIDA100
  • University: Saylor Academy
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  • Country: United States


Part 1

Read your chosen source carefully. 

Take notes as you read, highlight important parts, and re-read sections that are especially important or challenging. Become familiar with each author’s point of view, and the ideas upon which the author is building an argument.  As you read, consider:

  • What ideas does the author represent or support?  How/why?
  • Who does the author contend or disagree with?  How/why?
  • Most importantly, what ideas are discussed in the source that you could apply to your own research?

Part 2

Create a Work Cited entry for your source (in an annotated bib., these go at the top of the page instead of the bottom before you write about each source).  Figure out what kind of source it is, and then use OWL MLA to help you cite it.

Part 3

Compose an annotated entry for your source in paragraph form. 

  1. First give some background information on your source:
  • What kind of source is it?
  • Where is it from (publication)?
  • When was it published?
  • Who is the author and what information does the text provide about them?
2.Then sum up the source’s key ideas in your own words and describe the author’s positions as they relate to your topic (refer to the notes you took in Part 1 above).
*Use authorial action!  That is, focus on the action of the author and their arguments (e.g., “Dr. Jones argues” instead of “This article argues”).  

Part 4

In at least one full paragraph for EACH new entry, make connections between some of your sources in your analysis of them (this can include sources from your previous annotated bibliographies).

  • How are their arguments or perspectives similar or different?  
  • How might you begin to position or connect them?  
  • How might you use one source to question other(s)?  


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