bibliography discussion board.

First, use the search databases found at the Ivy Tech Library websiteLinks to an external site. to find two sources relevant to your class’s closed research theme question.
These two sources should offer new data, information, perspectives, arguments, and/or insights that are not already found in your class’s closed research theme readings and background readings and that you think will help you compose fresh arguments in response to the closed research theme question.
NOTE: For this activity, you may NOT use the CQ Researcher database to find your sources.
Second, write your mini annotated bibliography.
For each source, write an MLA style or APA style source citation (as specified by your instructor).
After each source citation, write an evaluative annotation of the source. Each annotation should provide a concise description and summary of the source AND evaluate the source’s usefulness or relevance to the closed research theme question, its credibility, and its balance or bias. (See The Little Seagull Handbook, chapter W-14 a guide for writing an evaluative annotation.) Each annotation should be about 150-200 words.
Your mini-annotated bibliography needs to be formatted and documented in MLA or APA style, as specified by your instructor. This includes headers; title page (for APA style) or name, course, instructor, and date block and title (for MLA style); double-spacing of ALL text; and hanging indents for source citations. Also be sure to alphabetize your source citations.
after doing this do this
:Start a new thread in this board and respond to the following prompt. Click the Post Reply button to submit your initial post.
Select either a background reading included with your class’s closed research theme (in Modules) or a source you have found while researching for M06 Research Activity: Mini Annotated Bibliography. (NOTE: You are not committed to using this source in either your Mini Annotated Bibliography or in Writing Project 3: Argument; all that matters now is that the source is relevant to your class’s closed research theme question and is a possible source under consideration.)
Briefly explain the angles or problems you are interested in pursuing in response to the closed research theme question for Writing Project 3: Argument.
Introduce your peers to your selected background reading or source you found using an Ivy Tech Library website search database. Explain how you think you could use this background reading or research source to answer your personal questions about the closed research theme and/or provide evidence for arguments you could make about the closed research theme question. Also, what new ideas, information, contradictions, or corroboration do you see in this source that you did not see addressed yet in the closed research theme readings? You are encouraged to provide relevant “They Say” summaries or quotes from the background reading or research source that you could use as evidence to support or validate your explanation.
Provide a complete source citation of the source in APA or MLA style (as specified by your instructor)