Posted: October 27th, 2022
Finding Source Material:
At least SEVEN sources must be used.
Sources must have been published within the last ten years.
All sources must be retrieved from the following databases:
Click “EBSCO search”
Type in User ID: magn0117
Click “Advanced Search”
On the left side of the screen, click the Full Text box
On the left side of the screen, set the start date to 10 years back / click tab after the date is entered to set the date
Type in your search string and click “Search”
All sources from the JCJC Database are listed as an EBSCOhost source
When you find an article that may be of use, click on the full text of the article and then look for the “cite” button on the vertical toolbar on the right side of your screen. This will enable you to find the correct, completed citation for the article. When you click on “Cite,” sroll down the page until you find MLA. Simply copy and paste the cite into a Word doc. Double space it and use a “hanging indent.”
Facts on File
SIRS Issues Researcher
Refer to pp. 452-508 in The Little, Brown Compact Handbook for MLA documentation guidelines and information.
Additional MLA Resources:
MLA Overview Slideshow
Online Writing Lab at Purdue University
MLA Practice Template
The annotated bibliography is simply the works cited page with notes (annotations).
To complete this assignment, list the MLA citations for your sources alphabetically, and under each entry, type a five-to-seven sentence paragraph describing how each source will support your thesis statement.
Place an order in 3 easy steps. Takes less than 5 mins.