Explain your reason for selecting the source for your research project bibliography.

Purpose:
Now that you have selected a topic for your research project and have a tentative thesis, you will need to begin your research. Taking time to conduct research on your thesis will help bring your thesis ideas into clearer focus and provide you with fuel to alter it depending on where your research takes you. Building a body of information about your thesis should also help give you a sense of what more you want and need to learn about those ideas as you deepen your study for your research project. You will present this body of researched information in the form of an annotated bibliography.
Directions:
Using your tentative thesis ideas, develop a list of at least 10 different key words you can use to begin your research. (A key word is a word or phrase describing your topic or a thesis idea that you can type into the search box to find resources on your topic.) Some key words work very well, while others do not. You may need to experiment with different related words until you find some that lead you to resources you are looking for.
Begin your research in the NOVA Online Library Links to an external site.. Links to an external site. Academic research requires the use of credible sources, and the databases within the NOVA online library system have all been evaluated for credibility. Once you are on the NOVA Library Home webpage, scroll down until you see the three sections titled Research Databases, Research Guides, and Streaming Multi-Media. You may want to begin you research within the Research Databases section (by subject) as well as within the Streaming Multi-Media section, using Films on Demand. Links to an external site. If you have questions about how to find appropriate resources, articles or videos after using the resources there, contact a librarian via Ask a Librarian Links to an external site.
Select at least TEN substantial resources relating to your tentative thesis. Email yourself each resource along with each source citation for MLA 9 so you will have that information for your annotated bibliography and for your research project. If you include research that is not found within the NOVA Online Library system, you will need to evaluate such resources for credibility Links to an external site.accuracy, and objectivity and you will need to compose the source citations using MLA 9 Source Citation rules.
Email yourself each resource along with each source citation for MLA 9 so you will have that information for your bibliography and for your research project. If you include research that is not found within the NOVA Online Library system, you will need to evaluate such resources for credibility Links to an external site.accuracy, and objectivity and you will need to compose the source citations using the MLA 9 Source Citation rules.
Helpful Suggestions:
–If you have trouble finding sources, try putting groups of key words in quotation marks. This can improve your search results. For example, if I wanted to find out about fairy tales in children’s literature, I might try this entry: “fairy tales children’s literature.

–Concentrate on finding articles, book chapters, web pages, resources, etc. that you can actually read and comprehend. Articles need to be substantial as well as reliable, so do not include any article in your bibliography that is briefer than 2 full print pages or 4 screens. The goal is to gather a range of ideas and opinions, so do not include more than two articles by the same person, or more than two articles from the same source.
–Focus your research on your tentative thesis ideas to begin with, allowing what your research tells you to guide you in your research.
–Use the Evaluating Internet Resources Links to an external site.to make sure sources are credible, accurate, objective and current (as needed).
Prepare an Annotated Bibliography of the resources you find. Print out this sample Annotated Bibliography Links to an external site. so you can keep the directions handy while you do your research.
Each entry needs to be about 100-150 words in length. You annotated bibliography should include 3 elements: the MLA 9 source citation, an annotation (summary) of the source content, and a thoughtful evaluation. (NOTE: Do not include items in your annotated bibliography that offer no value to your research project.)
Review the THREE elements needed for each source in an Annotated Bibliography:
Source Citation: MLA 9 Source Citation Rules
An annotation: This should be enough of a description of the source (written in your own words) to tell your reader what the source is about and to briefly mention the main ideas and major supporting examples. NOTE: Select only useful articles and resources for your project.
An evaluation: This should include your evaluation of the source information and how it relates to your research. CONSIDER: What do you know about the author or the website sponsor? Where does this information lead you? What additional questions do you have now about the information in the source? How does this information affect the direction of your research? Are you satisfied with what you now know about this aspect of your topic? Explain your reason for selecting the source for your research project bibliography. How will the source be useful for your research report? Does it confirm or contradict your ideas about the topic so far? Does it contain statistics that you will use? And so on.

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