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Your name goes here                                              Computer and Information Literacy class

Instructor:  Richard Gordon                                    Date goes here

 

Practice Class project: Part D   Annotated bibliography

For help on annotated bibliography see http://www.lib.cmich.edu/ocls/annbib.htm

For help on using the MLA Citation Style, refer to www.spjc.edu/central/libonline/path/mla_master.htm

Save in the Information Literacy folder on your project disk using the filename Annotated Bibliography.

                                               

Your topic goes here

Key words and phrases go here

 

Preliminary work – book, magazine/journal/newspaper article, or  stand-alone website

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 


Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 


Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

Search engine used: Name and URL

Results of search. Number of hits. URL of hits

URL and name of good hit (likely to give you information you need)

Title. Author. Date. Organization. Publisher. Pages. Volume.

Draft of your annotation. About 40 to 60 words.

 

 

 

Final annotated bibliography following MLA format.

Must contain three sources, with one of each of the following: a book, a magazine/journal article, and a “stand alone web site.” Must follow the approved MLA Citation Style. Refer to http://www.spjc.edu/central/libonline/path/mla_master.htm

 

Sample Annotated Bibliography

(Copied word-for-word from handout given at SPC WCI meeting in spring 2002)


 

 

Coles, Robert. My Land is Dying. By Harry M. Caudill. New York: E.P. Dutton and Co., Inc., 1971. 11-15.

            By using the FirstSearch OCLC database, I located this book in WorldCat. I then checked SPC’s Library Catalog and discovered that we own this book. In this book, Coles provides background for the early 1960’s during President Kennedy’s campaign into the Appalachian Mountains and Caudill’s work here to bring about change.

 

Eller, Ronald. “Harry Caudill and the Burden of Mountain Liberalism.” Critical Essays in Appalachian Life and Culture. Ed. Simon. 1983. M. M. Bennett Library, St. Petersburg College. 14 Mar. 2001

<http://www.uky.edu/RGS/AppalCenter/eller1.htm>

            Using the Google search engine, I performed a search for “Harry Caudill’, and this yielded 159 results. The first hit turned out to be this essay written by a history professor from the University of Kentucky. In his essay, Eller criticizes Caudill for being a typical middle class Appalachian who looks down on the lower class.

 

Mitchell, John G. “The Mountains, the Miners and Mister Caudill.” Audubon v. 90 (Nov. 1998): fiche 1-2, grids 78-103.

            I searched EbscoHost’s Academic Search Premiere database to find a magazine article. I used the search term “Harry Caudill” and located an abstract of this article, but the full text was not available. I then searched SPC’s Library Catalog and found out that the library subscribes to the print version of Audobon magazine. In this article, Mitchell relates a trip taken to eastern Kentucky where he is Caudill’s guest as Caudill chauffeurs him to various spots around his home county and beyond.