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ENGR 100 Library Assignment: Part 3: Annotated Bibliography

This guide provides resources to help you with your Engineering 100 library assignment.

Locating Information

Determining Relevance

Relevance: Is this useful? Is this what I am looking for? 

Questions to ask yourself:

  • Does the information source answer my question or help me to understand it better?
  • Does the information provide evidence for my point of view or does it provide a helpful opposing view?
  • Is the publication date appropriate for my topic?
  • Is the information suitable for my audience?

 

Evaluating Sources of Information

How Do I Evaluate Sources?

Western University. "Evaluating Sources." Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 13 Jan. 2012. Web. 26 Oct. 2016.

Assignment Part 3: Annotated Bibliography

The information given in this section will help you to complete the third part of your library assignment.

  1. Locating Information
  2. Determining Relevancy
  3. Creating an Annotated Bibliography

Assignment Parts 1, 2, & 3 should be submitted to your ENGR 100 instructor.

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What is an Annotated Bibliography?

Kimbel Library.  "What is an Annotated Bibliography."  Online video clip.  Vimeo.  Vimeo, 2010.  Web.  09 July 2014.

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