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Description of the Annotated Bibliography

The Annotated Bibliography should include two articles PER TEAMMATE about your topic, at least one of which must be from peer-reviewed journals. The articles must be directly relevant to your team's topic. Make sure that you have narrowed the scope of your topic and developed specific questions that you are answering to present at the Symposium. The research for your Annotated Bibliography should contain articles that cover all facets of the topic, including relevant history, background, utilized technologies, current status of the problem and proposed solutions, etc.

Your team should attempt to find the "best" information available to strengthen your understanding of your topic. But, what does the "best" article mean? Well, consider your team topic and which specific questions/problems you are aiming to tackle. Take time to read the articles you discovered, and ask yourself how well you understood the material, how directly relevant the information was to your team topic, if the content inspires you to learn more about your topic, and if it helped direct your line of inquiry about issues, problems, or questions that researchers are trying to resolve about your topic.

Key Logistics of the Annotated Bibliography: Due on October 23rd @ 11:59pm



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