One of the first assignments you'll have to tackle is the creation of an annotated bibliography. It sounds simple enough, right? But lots of students haven't really had much experience with bibliographies (or "works cited" pages) and aren't sure where to start. It's probably a good idea to just start simply with a plain bibliography and work your way up to the annotated version.
This module will explore what a bibliography is, its different parts (including annotations), and how you can use a bibliography to better understand both your research and the research of others.
After completing this module, you should be able to:
Please complete the following activities: