Your task in WP2 is to compose an annotated bibliography. While we will explore the annotated bibliography in more depth as part of the readings, quizzes, and process work assignments in the course, it will be helpful to have a basic sense of the work as we begin the writing project.
A bibliography is a "trail of crumbs" that allows interested readers to follow and explore a writer's research. A bibliography includes all of the sources (books, journals, periodicals, websites, etc.) one has used for researching a topic.
An annotation is a summary, evaluation, and reflection of a source. You may even think of this more simply: an annotation is a collection of notes about a source, or literally, an annotation is based on the idea that a source has been "noted" for its significance. As a general rule, annotations do the following (hereafter referred to as a SERQ):
Taken together then, an annotated bibliography (the bulk of which we will be drafting in our process work) is a list of sources that have been summarized and evaluated in a manner that 1) displays the sophistication of academic writing and inquiry, and 2) appeals to an informed and curious, public audience.
The annotated bibliography you produce for WP2 should include six sources total, made up of, at minimum:
Your process work assignments will be submitted in Canvas within the weekly modules.
Your final project should meet the following basic guidelines:
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