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You have found/read seven (7) sources and used some of the information to help you write your research proposal.  By reading the sources, you should also have understood which ones are the best in terms of providing you with relevant information about your topic and relevant information to answer your question(s). For this assignment, you will submit two (2) annotations. Therefore, you will choose your two (2) best academic sources (content & length). The first annotation will be uploaded to cuLearn on Tuesday, July 21st. You will then receive feedback from me by March 10th. A revised copy of the first annotation, as well as the final two (2) will be uploaded to cuLearn by Tuesday, July 28th at 11:50 pm. In addition to these 3 annotations, you will be required to submit a full reference list of your chosen 7 sources in APA style.


Follow these instructions

  1. Read each source critically (see links on ‘critical reading’ on p. 2).



  1. Choose your three (3) best sources. These would be the ones you find most related to your topic and most interesting to you. Keep in mind that each annotation must include an APA reference, overview of the source and an evaluation, so choose wisely.



  1. Evaluate your source: Is this a valid and reliable academic source and how do you know?  To answer these questions ask yourself the following: Who wrote it, what are they saying, where is it coming from, and when was it written or last updated?



  1. Write drafts. Draft annotations of each source and solicit feedback from a TA before you submit your first annotation. Keep copies of your drafts as evidence of your process-based approach to writing. As you write, do the following

    1. Reference: write a reference for each source using the APA style guide.
    2. Annotation (summarize, assess, and reflect):

      1. Summarize: Write an academic summary of the source but only focus on the sections that relate to your topic and/or answer your question(s) (paraphrase, do not quote) (use an introductory sentence, framing statements, transition words/phrases).

      3. Assess – source evaluation

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  1. When assessing each source, ask yourself the following:
  2. Author: who is the author? (qualifications, affiliations, publications) and what is his/her goal in writing this source? (to inform, to persuade, to teach, to argue, etc).
  3. Context: when was this source published? (discuss the importance of the date of publication to your topic); who is the intended audience? (students, general public, researchers? And how do you know this?
  4. Objectivity: is the content fact? Is there bias? Are sources and evidence provided to support the author’s ideas? (quotes, in-text citations, reference list)

How to evaluate an online source




  1. When reflecting (critical response), ask yourself the following:
  2. How does this source fit into my research? What information does it provide that is directly related to my topic? To my question(s)?
  3. How is the information in this source connected to the information in my other sources?
  4. What have I learned about my topic that I did not know before reading this source?
  5. How do I know this source is academic?



Information on Critical Reading of your sources:

In order to get relevant information from your sources, you need to read effectively and critically.

The “Reading effectively” academic tip sheet from ECU will give you some tips on how to read.


You can also consult “Critical reading towards critical writing” &“Getting the most from reading” at the University of Toronto Writing Centre






  1. Format for final annotated bibliography
  • Cover page
  • Revised version of the 1st annotation (includes APA reference + summary + source evaluation)
  • 2nd annotation (includes APA reference + summary + source evaluation)
  • Complete APA reference list of all 7 sources on a separate page **include a link or electronic copy of the 2 annotated sources for me to read.


* Remember to follow the format guidelines for submitting papers listed on pages 6-7 of your course outline. If you submit your assignment in class, I will not accept your work if it is not stapled.


* Your final submission should include all annotations together, one after the other, not each on a separate page.

Your hand-in will look something like this:






Cover page

Source #1

1. Reference

2. Annotation:

*assess – source evaluation (a,b,c):

(answer in a complete paragraph)

*reflect – critical response (a,b,c,d):

(answer in a complete paragraph)


Source #2


1. Reference:

2. Annotation:


*assess – source evaluation (a,b,c):

(answer in a complete paragraph)

*reflect – critical response (a,b,c,d):

(answer in a complete paragraph)



Source #3


1. Reference:

2. Annotation:

*assess – source evaluation (a,b,c)

(answer in a complete paragraph)

*reflect – critical response (a,b,c,d)
(answer in a complete paragraph)

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