An annotated bibliography is a research tool that will help you to keep track of the sources you encounter while working on larger research projects. Generally, an annotated bibliography reflects an exhaustive search of a topic; for this class, we will treat this assignment as an introduction to the tool rather than to expect a complete bibliography.
This tool is related directly to a References page, except here, we follow each citation with a brief (100 words or less) explanation of: (1) who the author is and their relevance to the subject we are exploring, (2) who the intended audience is, (3) how this citation relates or contrasts to at least one of our other sources, and (4) how this source helps to further our discussion of the topic.
Through this assignment, we ask that you read the criteria for the Research Project, choose a topic, and begin researching that topic (Should college football replace the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) with a playoff system?).You should have five or more annotations in your research. This is essentially summarizing each source, so try to treat it as a tool to help you and others find their way through this topic.
An annotated bibliography should be on its own page and take the following form:
Instructions for Annotated Bibliography Workshop:
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