An Information Literacy

As you develop your own information literacy on the topic that you are writing about in this course, you will be asked to compile a list of sources that relate to your topic and provide different perspectives on them. The list is to be used to supply the sources that you can use for your projects to come   General Requirements Typed double spaced, Times New Roman 12-point font. The entries should follow MLA  guidelines. The final draft should include 10 sources (3 scholarly sources + 4 media sources + 2 informational sources + 1 variable   What is an Annotated Bibliography? It is a list of sources similar to those found in the Works Cited page. However, for each source you must include the following information: ·      A citation entry (as appears in a Works Cited page) ·      A summary of the source’s main point ·      Rhetorical analysis and evaluation of the source     Types of Sources 1.     Scholarly Sources a.     Sources written for academic purposes by experts in a field. b.     Peer-Reviewed c.     Includes critical articles, research studies, and academic papers d.     Found mostly in journals, and almost exclusively available through databases (Not on open web) 2.     Media Sources a.     Written to provide commentary, perspective, insight into events. b.     Usually written by professional writers, journalists, and bloggers. c.     Includes news articles, blogs, op-eds, and even videos. d.     Found usually on the open web. e.     Usually more subjective; prone to bias. 3.     Informational Sources a.     Sources designed for the purpose of providing information on a topic. b.     Could be written by experts or writers, or also organizations c.     Includes reference sources (encyclopedias), infographics, websites. d.     Usually on the open web, but could also be found in certain databases. e.     While some information is factual, bias may drive what information is given or the means by which it was acquired.   Specific format to follow for each source 1.     Source Entry  a.     This is the entry that you would include in the Works Cited page (References page for APA) b.     This entry needs to follow MLA guidelines for the specific type of source that it is. c.     Consult a handbook or the Purdue Owl website for examples and templates to follow. d.     This entry should be typed and double spaced as well, and it should include a hanging indent (the first line of the entry starts at the left margin, but the second and subsequent lines are indented)   2.     Summary (one paragraph) a.     This section includes a brief statement of the main ideas of the source. It should function to give information about the source. b.     Start by including a sentence or two about the author. c.     Identify the type of source it is (blog, academic article, online journal, book chapter, etc.) d.     Next discuss the main ideas that the source offers. Remember to focus on the main things the source says, omitting the details. e.     Your summary should contain no quotes.   3.     Evaluation and Analysis (one paragraph) a.     This section discusses both the rhetorical effectiveness of the source (credibility) and its relation to other sources from the list. b.     Depending on the source, what you say in this section will vary, but some things to discuss might include:                                                i.     How the context of the source (time, where it was published, etc.) affects or indicates its credibility.                                              ii.     What is the purpose that the author is trying to achieve.                                            iii.     What audience is this source attempting to reach?                                             iv.     Does the author use any of the rhetorical appeals (logos, pathos, ethos) to convey their point?                                              v.     Does the author present their argument in a biased way? Unbiased?                                             vi.     Are there any gaps in logic or in the argument itself that may undermine its effectiveness?                                           vii.     Does the argument that this text makes relate to any of the other sources? is it similar? Different? How?                                         viii.     Are there any theoretical assumptions that the author makes? Do the assumptions affect the argument that the author is making. c.     Remember to remain objective. Even if you disagree with the source, you must present it in a neutral way.

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