Educational Leadership: Higher Education: Annotated Bibs & Lit Reviews
An annotated bibliography is list of references sources (scholarly articles, books, websites, reports, etc.) on a topic or research area that contains a summary and evaluation for each listed document.
One approach is to use the APA empirical research article format as a tool to evaluate an article's content. Scholarly articles that present original research (empirical) will have the following structure:
Abstract (concise summary of the study or article review; will note the methods, results, & discussion)
Introduction (literature review)
Methodology (research method used)
Results (data analysis, statistics)
Discussion (significance of the study)
References (list of sources used)
Writing the Literature Review
Both videos are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Concise and straight-forward information is presented on how to approach writing a literature review.
Annotated Bibliography Explained
Web Resources for Writing Literature Reviews
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