Data Sharing for Effective Health Assessment and Treatment.
Use MC Library databases and the Internet to conduct search
Select appropriate sources using evaluation criteria
Summarize, assess, and reflect on sources
practice MLA documentation
First, review the link to Library Resources on the Course Content page for help with conducting research, evaluating sources, and other MLA formatting questions that you may have.
Second, read about annotated bibliographies and see visual examples on Purdue OWL website.
Third, annotate 5 sources on your topic proposed in the earlier assignment (Topic Proposal). For each entry include complete citation information and a brief summary and evaluation paragraph (about 100 words) covering these areas:
Three main points of the information in the source or the arguable position presented in the source.
An evaluative statement on the accuracy, credibility, objectivity, currency, comprehensiveness, and authority of the source (see pp. 289-294).
How this source helps you understand the issue, if it supports your prediction about the issue or makes you look at the issue differently.
Your main reason for choosing this source.