Ellison, C. (2010). Mcgraw-Hill's concise guide to writing research papers. https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/nu/reader.action?docID=4657855&ppg=70 Chapter 2: Doing Your Research pgs. 19-57
This thorough chapter from McGraw-Hill’s Concise Guide to Writing Research Papers will cover more aspects of the research process to help you find and judge the quality of potential sources on a topic.
Glynn, A., Hallsten Erickson, K., & Jo Swing, A. (2019). You, writing! A guide to college composition. Alexandra Glynn. https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/you-writing-a-guide-to-college-composition Chapter Eleven: Research Process
This chapter of You, Writing! offers further information on the research process, including the classifications of different sources, how best to search for them, and how to read them effectively when you find them.
Fosmire, M. [Author] & Edmondson, A. [Design & Illustration]. (n.d.). How to read a scientific paper [Presentation]. https://www.lib.purdue.edu/sites/default/files/libraries/engr/Tutorials/Newest%20Scientific%20Paper.pdf This slide presentation builds upon your previous understanding of critical reading strategies by providing strategies for reading and easily interpreting scientific documents. Refer to the strategies presented here whenever you tackle a difficult-to-decipher article.
Purdue Online Writing Lab. (n.d.). Annotated bibliographies. Purdue University. https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/common_writing_assignments/annotated_bibliographies/index.html This selection of resource pages from the Purdue OWL offers information on how to properly format an Annotated Bibliography in APA style, as well as what to include in the text (annotation) for each resource. Use this information and the APA Annotated Bibliography sample provided therein to format your assignment for this week.