EACH student will submit an individual annotated bibliography next week. This submission will be both as a hard copy (turned in in class) AND an electronic copy. The annotated bibliography will consist of summaries of PEER-REVIEWED, SCHOLARLY JOURNAL ARTICLES FROM THE PAST 15 YEARS. Many of you have proposed interesting sub-topics but you must first be sure you can find articles on these sub-topics. You can′t wait until the night before this assignment is due to find out! No two students in a group will research the same sub-topic, so each member of a group will have different sources. You will be given time in class on 11/20 to speak to your group members and think about how to combine your overall sources and research into one unified presentation. THEREFORE, ANY STUDENT WHO HAS NOT COMPLETED THE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY BY 11/20 WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE GROUP PRESENTATION. Also, in consideration of your group members, make sure to be present on 11/20. I expect a full class. Here is the link you′ll find on Moodle for a good example of an annotated bibliography: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/614/03/ Here are other instructions you should see on Moodle: Please follow APA format. You should write at least two informative paragraphs per source and you should have at least 5 sources (peer-reviewed articles or chapters from books). FROM THE LAST 15 YEARS. Nobody in your group should use the same source and the sources cannot be something from our assigned readings. If your group also does collaborative original research on your topic then 4 sources per group member will be enough. Our Moodle page also has a a library research guide you should find helpful. I am attaching it here for your convenience. Use your own words! Even though you are showing the source, using the same words as the original is PLAGIARISM. Also, DO NOT QUOTE. If the article is too hard to understand, find another.
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According to the study conducted by Baker & Ryalls (2014), it is important to apply technology, particularly sites for social networking websites for use during an “online class space”, in order to allow students to have an added advantage of learning from outside the classroom environment. The authors of this excerpt posit that students are supposed to develop the notion of “community and belongingness” which should go above the physical classroom space. Specifically, significant topics which include feminism, feminist activism and gender studies perform well within the constraints of class spaces which operate online.