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With your group, develop an annotated bibliography of 15 total sources (or 5 per group member).
Sources should include the following types:
- 1 chapter from Team Human
- 2 reference sources (encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, almanacs, reviews/criticisms from the LSC Databases)
- 6 scholarly articles from LSC Research Databases
- 3 multimedia sources from LSC Research Databases (examples: video, podcast, image)
- 3 popular sources related to the topic from the LSC Research Databases (examples: newspaper, periodical, another multimedia)
Each of your annotations should be ½ to ¾ page long! This means your annotated bibliography should be at least 6-7 pages total, minimum.
- 5-10 double-space pages + Works Cited
- at least 8 texts to analyze and compare
- MLA style
Managing Your Research
Your process to capture sources and citations will be very individual, but be consistent and choose a tool to help organize your research. Some suggested tools:
OneDrive - 1 TB free storage for Lone Star College students.
Evernote - The basic version is free. Works across all mobile devices. Create notebooks for each course or writing assignment. Be sure to download the Web Clipper as well.
Zotero is a free, open access extension that runs in the Firefox and Chrome browsers that's designed to gather, download, and tag your research. Helpful tutorials.
ZoteroBib is a free citation tool that supports MLA, APA, CMOS, and thousands of others. Use this instead of the full Zotero if you just need some quick citations.
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