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Please read the assessment brief (1A) on Blackboard. This assignment is all about evaluating 10 sources (articles, journals, websites, you tube clips and so on) according to the criteria set out in the assessment brief.
Creating an
annotated
bibliography calls for the application of succinct analytical and reflective skills, as well as informed on line and library research. This assessment provides experience and understanding of information literacy and the analysis and synthesis of a range of resources involved in academic research and writing.
assessment provides experience and understanding of information literacy and the analysis and synthesis of a range of resources involved in academic research and writing.
In this
assessment, you will address a contemporary organisational or business issue and apply research skills to identify, select and analyse 10 sources to form an annotated bibliography. Or you can choose a general topic like looking at the effect of social media in the workplace. If you do the former, I suggest the business issue could be: 'to develop and implement a comprehensive
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When choosing a topic, do the following:
U Locate material (books, periodicals, white papers and other documents) that may contain useful information and ideas on your issue.
U Briefly examine and review the items and select 10 that represent a variety of perspectives on the issue.
U Write an annotation of 150 words for each reference summarising the central theme and scope. The annotation should include one or more sentences that,
o evaluates
include one or more sentences that,
o evaluates the authority or background of the author
o comments on the intended audience
o compare or contrast this work with another you have cited o explain how this work illuminates your bibliography topic
U Reference the book, article, or document using APA 6th style in the reference list.
For this assignment as with the others always start your work with an introduction (introduce the topic to the reader
assuming he/she