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through the annotated bibliography and will describe and evaluate the methods undertaken to produce the bibliography. The project is holistic in nature and reflects the entire research process. The steps necessary to complete your project are listed below. This is your chance to revise, and correct previous assignment for use in the final project. 1. Formulate a research question or topic. 2. Find information that matches your topic. 3. Read, review, evaluate and reflect on the research process. 4. For your bibliography you will: Apply an APA citation style to each information source selected for inclusion. Organize information resources into a bibliography. For each source, describe its contents, usefulness and its applicability to your topic, and evaluate its credibility. These descriptions serve as annotations. (Use CARCAR as a source evaluation guideline) 5. Your essay should have two parts; Part One – your research skill and process before taking this library course (you can use your entry for week 1 discussion board question after the proper revision). Answer the following questions: Do you use specific keywords? Do you use the advanced search window? How do you limit your search? How do you choose your sources? What makes your searches successful or unsuccessful? Include any and all experiences you have when searching the internet, and or the library catalog. Part two: You will describe your topic and your interest in it. Justify the decisions you made in finding and selecting the information sources. Report how you searched and describe the strategies you used. Analyze your progress, noting what worked, what didn’t work and why. Describe what you would have done differently. Required Format & Contents: Your paper will have the following structure: (1) Title page, (2) Annotated Bibliography, and (3) Research Essay Part 1 & Part 2. In your Research Essay, each section should be labeled with the appropriate heading. A list of requirements is given below. TITLE PAGE Must include: Paper title: Final Project, Your Name, Date, Course number, Quarter, Year. ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Insert page break to separate from title page *Contains at least 4 sources. *Includes one source from the following categories: Reference book, book, journal article found through one of the Library databases, and a web page. You may also include the following source types as they apply to your topic: videos, sound recordings, government/state documents, interviews, speeches, conference proceedings, dissertations, newspaper articles, performances, TV/radio programs, etc. *Is organized in an alphabetical order. *Have citations that conform to the APA citation style. *Contains succinct but descriptive annotations (75-100 words). Annotations must show the purpose, use, credibility, and value of the source. Use CARCAR guidelines and answer all relevant question to construct full and rounded annotations. RESEARCH ESSAY Insert page break to separate from annotated bibliography (make sure to NOT insert a page) General Information *The Research Essay will describe your research process in 2 parts (3-5 pages). Part One – describe your research experience before taking this course (use your entry to week 1 discussion board question). In this part answer the following questions: Answer the following questions: Do you use specific keywords? Do you use the advanced search window? How do you limit your search? How do you choose your sources? What makes your searches successful or unsuccessful? Include any and all experiences you have when searching the internet, and or the library catalog. Part Two- give an account of how and why you chose this topic; which finding tools, search terms/strategies were used; how you used them; and why they were chosen. It should cover what problems you encountered and what successes you met. Summarize what you learned about doing research and using research methods. *Minimum length is 5 pages double spaced, not including the title page or annotated bibliography This is not a research paper. You will not hand in a traditional research paper. Essay part 2 Introduction *The parameters of your topic, what it involves *Why you chose this topic, what do you already know about it, and what you want to learn from it? *How your topic fits within a larger field of study. *Explain the focus of your topic. Which areas you did or did not explore and why. *The time period you focused on (if applicable). Note: This section is relatively short. Essay part 2 Description of Process *Where and how you began. *Describe the finding tools used (catalogs, indexes, databases). List the search terms used (subject headings, keywords, names) and where they led you. *Document the search techniques/strategies used and their usefulness. *Modifications you made to your search terms, techniques and tools. *How the annotated bibliography was organized, what citation style was used and the rationale for both. *Include specific examples. Essay part 2 Evaluation of Process *Specific stumbling blocks you encountered. Why they occurred and if they could have been avoided. *Describe search terms, techniques and tools that were most successful, ones that were not successful, and why. *Decision-making points; why you selected/rejected certain information sources, tools and techniques. *How you evaluated and selected sources for the annotated bibliography. *How well is the topic represented in print or electronic/internet resources? *Would you go about this project differently knowing what you know now? *How do your present research methods and concepts compare with those you had before? *What advice would you give to someone embarking on a similar research project? What are the most valuable concepts/techniques you learned? *The best information source for your annotated bibliography and the best finding tool used. Why? *What research strategies, techniques and tools will you use for future projects.

through the annotated bibliography and will describe and evaluate the methods
undertaken to produce the bibliography. The project is holistic in nature and
reflects the entire research process. The steps necessary to complete your
project are listed below. This is your chance to revise, and correct previous
assignment for use in the final project.
1. Formulate a research question or topic.
2. Find information that matches your topic.
3. Read, review, evaluate and reflect on the research process.
4. For your bibliography you will:
Apply an APA citation style to each information source selected for inclusion.
Organize information resources into a bibliography.
For each source, describe its contents, usefulness and its applicability to your
topic, and evaluate its credibility. These descriptions serve as
annotations. (Use CARCAR as a source evaluation guideline)
5. Your essay should have two parts;

 

Part One – your research skill and process before taking this library
course (you can use your entry for week 1 discussion board
question after the proper revision).
Answer the following questions:
Do you use specific keywords?
Do you use the advanced search window?
How do you limit your search?
How do you choose your sources?
What makes your searches successful or unsuccessful?
Include any and all experiences you have when searching the
internet, and or the library catalog.
Part two: You will describe your topic and your interest in it.
Justify the decisions you made in finding and selecting the information
sources.
Report how you searched and describe the strategies you used.
Analyze your progress, noting what worked, what didn’t work and why.
Describe what you would have done differently.
Required Format & Contents:
Your paper will have the following structure: (1) Title page, (2) Annotated
Bibliography, and (3) Research Essay Part 1 & Part 2. In your Research Essay,
each section should be labeled with the appropriate heading. A list of
requirements is given below.
TITLE PAGE Must include: Paper title: Final Project, Your Name, Date,
Course number, Quarter, Year.
ANNOTATED
BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

Insert page break to separate from title page
*Contains at least 4 sources.
*Includes one source from the following categories:
Reference book, book, journal article found through
one of the Library databases, and a web page. You
may also include the following source types as they apply
to your topic: videos, sound recordings, government/state
documents, interviews, speeches, conference
proceedings, dissertations, newspaper articles,
performances, TV/radio programs, etc.
*Is organized in an alphabetical order.
*Have citations that conform to the APA citation style.
*Contains succinct but descriptive annotations (75-100
words). Annotations must show the purpose, use,
credibility, and value of the source. Use CARCAR
guidelines and answer all relevant question to construct
full and rounded annotations.
RESEARCH
ESSAY
Insert page break to separate from annotated
bibliography (make sure to NOT insert a page)
General
Information
*The Research Essay will describe your research
process in 2 parts (3-5 pages).
Part One – describe your research experience
before taking this course (use your entry to week 1
discussion board question).

 

In this part answer the following questions:
Answer the following questions:
Do you use specific keywords?
Do you use the advanced search window?
How do you limit your search?
How do you choose your sources?
What makes your searches successful or
unsuccessful?
Include any and all experiences you have when
searching the internet, and or the library catalog.
Part Two- give an account of how and why you chose this
topic; which finding tools, search terms/strategies were
used; how you used them; and why they were chosen. It
should cover what problems you encountered and what
successes you met. Summarize what you learned about
doing research and using research methods.
*Minimum length is 5 pages double spaced, not including
the title page or annotated bibliography
This is not a research paper. You will not hand in a
traditional research paper.
Essay part 2
Introduction
*The parameters of your topic, what it involves
*Why you chose this topic, what do you already know
about it, and what you want to learn from it?
*How your topic fits within a larger field of study.
*Explain the focus of your topic. Which areas you did or
did not explore and why.
*The time period you focused on (if applicable).
Note: This section is relatively short.
Essay part 2
Description of
Process
*Where and how you began.
*Describe the finding tools used (catalogs, indexes,
databases). List the search terms used (subject headings,
keywords, names) and where they led you.
*Document the search techniques/strategies used and
their usefulness.
*Modifications you made to your search terms, techniques
and tools.
*How the annotated bibliography was organized, what
citation style was used and the rationale for both.
*Include specific examples.
Essay part 2
Evaluation of

 

Process
*Specific stumbling blocks you encountered. Why they
occurred and if they could have been avoided.
*Describe search terms, techniques and tools that were
most successful, ones that were not successful, and why.
*Decision-making points; why you selected/rejected
certain information sources, tools and techniques.
*How you evaluated and selected sources for the
annotated bibliography.
*How well is the topic represented in print or
electronic/internet resources?
*Would you go about this project differently knowing what
you know now?
*How do your present research methods and concepts
compare with those you had before?
*What advice would you give to someone embarking on a
similar research project? What are the most valuable
concepts/techniques you learned?
*The best information source for your annotated
bibliography and the best finding tool used. Why?
*What research strategies, techniques and tools will you
use for future projects.

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