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Annotated Bibliography

Annotated Bibliography (Malka’s Students)

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It is a list of research sources that includes concise descriptions and evaluations of each source. The annotation usually contains a brief summary of content and a short analysis or evaluation.

I. CITATION. Use a proper format (APA style). Please use in-text citation.

II. SUMMARY. Sum up the important points in the article.

  1. Why authors research is significant or Why is it an interesting or useful problem?
  2. What is the aim or objective of their research?
  3. What are their contribution to science?

III. CRITIQUE

  1. What is the purpose for writing the article or doing the research?
  2. To what audience is the author writing? Is it intended for the general public, scholars, policymakers, teachers, professionals, practitioners, etc? Is this reflected in the author’s style of writing or presentation? How so?
  3. Does the author have a bias or make assumptions upon which the rationale of the publication or the research rests?
  4. What method of obtaining data or conducting research was employed by the author? Is the article based on personal opinion or experience, interviews, library research, questionnaires, standardized personality tests, etc.?
  5. At what conclusions does the author arrive?
  6. Does the author satisfactorily justify the conclusions from the research or experience? Why or why not?
  7. How does this study compare with similar studies? Is it in tune with or in opposition to conventional wisdom, established scholarship professional practice, government policy, etc.? Are there specific studies, writings, schools of thought, philosophies, etc. with which this one agrees or disagrees, and of which one should be aware?
  8. Are there significant attachments of appendixes such as charts, maps, bibliographies, photos, documents, tests, or questionnaires? If not, should there be?

Article E.g.

ITC571 - Annotated Bibliography

2000 Words – New Text(10-12 pages)

Full Name

Student ID

Subject

ITC571 – Emerging Technology and Innovations

Assignment Item 3

Annotated Bibliography and Journal Synopsis – 35%

Lecturer’s Name

TITLE of your Paper

I. TASK 1 - Annotated Bibliography 25%

Article 1

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY (e.g. Shin et al 2019)

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 2

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 3

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 4

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 5

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 6

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 7

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 8

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 9

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 10

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 11

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Article 12

CITATION

In-text citation ONLY

SUMMARY

CRITIQUE

Background Summary

Using 12 articles shown in above tables….

Example 1:

II. Self-Evaluation Report on Originality (100-150 words)

  • Select a 1000-word sample of annotations text only (exclude references) from and submit it for testing at Turnitin turnitin.com
  • Save and append a copy of the originality report obtained(Screenshot with the similarity index percentage)
  • Critically evaluate and interpret the originality report, from your context or point of view as your personal Self-Evaluation Report on Originality (100-150 words).

III. TASK 2 10% - Write a 120-200 word Journal Synopsis paper based on your Task 1 results

Abstract—It should make it easier if you use the simple template below for your 120-200 word Journal Synopsis paper as it has the following headings and length as a guide:

AIM OF THE PROJECT (1 sentence or 15 words)

METHOD (2 sentences or 30 words)

RESULTS (1-2 sentences or 15 to 30 words)

DISCUSSION (2 sentences or 30 words)

CONCLUSION (1 sentence or 15 words)

* Please do not delete subtitles here.

- The abstract should summarize the approach and the article's major scientific contributions, emphasizing the importance and significance of the results. The abstract should not contain literature citations or allusions to the illustrations.

- Define all non-standard symbols and abbreviations. Use running text only and avoid equations.

- Please do not include citations in Abstract.

RATIONALE

This assessment task will assess the following learning outcome/s:

  • be able to perform literature searches and critically analyse the literature in the chosen topic.
  • be able to critically reflect on and synthesize complex information, problems, concepts and theories in the chosen topic.
  • be able to apply established research methodologies with autonomy.
  • be able to apply project management and information and communication technologies (ICT) tools to plan, execute, record and present their research and project work as a capstone experience.

*------- Up to here Length of the assignment is 2000 words (10-12 pages) -------

IV. MATERIALS AND METHODS(Very Important)

What are you going to propose to solve the problem that is existing in the current/existing solutions; (Mention the initial solution here)? You can use a diagram to clarify that with writing text

How you are going to do your research (step by step methodology is needed).

V. RESULTS

* You include the "Results" section, ONLY, if you have obtained your own results.

* You cannot include someone else’s figures or tables in this section. This is only your own analysis.

* Comprehensive Figure caption is needed.

VI. References

APA Style as shown in the Subject Outline…..

MORE SUPPORT

https://libguides.csu.edu.au/c.php?g=687871&p=6361612

https://student.unsw.edu.au/annotated-bibliography

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