Terminology Around Citing

Terminology Around Citing


Note: If you need help with some of the terminology around citing and referencing your sources, check out RefWorks and RRC’s guide to APA 7th Edition.

Regardless of the level you are attempting, all Annotated Bibliographies submissions will include the following:

  • Reference: Your source written in APA format.
  • Description: Write a short description of your source that includes a brief summary of the source, who created it, when it was created, and what you found useful about it.

A-level submissions will also include the following:

  • Evaluation: Write a short evaluation of your source using the CRAAP method. Include your final evaluation of whether or not this source is appropriate using CLAIM + EVIDENCE.

The sources you use for your project should include a mix of academic, non-academic, written, and video/audio. A and B-level submissions will include the informational interview as one of the sources; including this is optional for C-level submissions.

The minimum number of sources is:

  • A-level: 7 + the informational interview
  • B-level: 6 + the informational interview
  • C-level: 5

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