business in general or finance

To choose your entries, first identify your audience. For this annotated bib your audience would be someone entering into your major or considering your future career goals; for example, a biology major and future dentist.
Include the following for a total of 10 entries:

• Your major’s website:

• A Writing Handbook or Owl Purdue’s website

• 2 textbooks you would recommend

• 1 App or computer program that would be useful to someone in your discipline

First the bibliographic information: Generally, the bibliographic information of the source (the title, author, publisher, date, etc.) is written in either MLA or APA format. For more help with formatting, see our MLA handout or for MLA 2009 go here. For APA, go here: APA handout.
This is then followed by the three paragraph annotation.
First Paragraph—the Summary: Remember a summary begins with a one sentence statement that encapsulates the entire entry, contains summary language throughout so reader is clear this is a summary, and never contains an opinion. To help formulate yor summary ask what are the main arguments or sections. What is the point of this book or article website? What topics are covered? If someone asked what this item is about, what would you say?
Second Paragraph—the Assessment: This paragraph has an academic/critical focus) After summarizing a source, it is helpful to evaluate it. Is it a useful source? Is the information reliable? Is this source biased or objective? What is the goal of this source? Generally this second paragraph is written in third person (he, they, students, viewers, etc)
Third Paragraph—the Reflection: (This paragraph is similar to class responses) Once you’ve summarized and assessed a source, you want to respond on a more individual basis. How might the source be helpful to someone in college? How has it changed how you think? Would you recommend it to another? Can be written in first person “I”.

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