One key to effective essays is the support of scholarly articles and research. However, performing a literature search can be very time consuming. This module will teach you how to quickly and effectively

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Overview
One key to effective essays is the support of scholarly articles and research. However, performing a literature search can be very time consuming. This module will teach you how to quickly and effectively search for quality articles utilizing both ProQuest and ERIC databases, using Google Scholar, and using web sources. While most of the articles from healthcare databases will be scholarly, it is also important to analyze web sources to determine if they are reliable. Once a literature search is complete and articles are found that support the thesis statement, they must be organized. An annotated bibliography is one way to organize the articles and pick out data that will be utilized in the final paper.
We will discuss the use of operators that will save you time and the headache of scrolling through unrelated material. There are also options to narrow to articles that are available in full text. This will prevent the disappointment of finding what seems like the “perfect” article, only to discover the abstract is all that is available. By choosing the peer-reviewed articles your search will exclude editorials, letters, and other non-reviewed material. By limiting the date range, you will ensure that your search results are all current and relevant. In general, it is a good idea to limit the date range to within five years. If you find that you need more sources, you can widen that range.
Finding a trusted website to use as a reference in a scholarly essay can be tricky. Knowing the meaning of the domains will help you determine if a website can be trusted. It is also important to know the author, his or her credentials, and the sponsor, along with the date of the last update. You were provided with a table of evaluation criteria to assist in determining the credibility of websites.
Once you have determined what sources you will use, from your literature search and from the website reviews, you will need to organize them. The best way to organize your sources is with an annotated bibliography. This means you make an alphabetical list of your references in APA style (the bibliography) then add a short summary and critique of each (the annotation). While you may not choose to use all the sources in your bibliography, you have made yourself a solid foundation on which to build your argument. Only the sources you use in your essay will end up on the reference page.
Assignment:
Prepare the Annotated Bibliography section in your paper. For minimum sources for your paper, find 4 scholarly articles and 2 websites – this would be 6 sources. For full points on the final paper, have 6 scholarly articles and 3 websites, a total of 9 sources. As per your Shell, your Annotated Bibliography section will be added after the Reference section with the heading of, “Annotated Bibliography”. Submit the entire document/shell. However, only the Annotated Bibliography will be graded in this module.
Reminder of Proper Format: The Annotated Bibliography is a different section than the Reference section. There are two parts to the Annotated Bibliography: 1. The reference in APA format, with hanging paragraph indentation. 2. Immediately following each reference, you will need a paragraph describing the contents of the source – this is the annotated portion, it is a short 3 sentence summary of the source. This entire paragraph should be indented .5 inches as a block paragraph. The entire annotated bibliography should be double-spaced, per APA format. Do not add extra space between references.
Assignment Expectations
Length: N/A
Structure: Submit with shell intact, complete the Annotated Bibliography section and review and make corrections to the
thesis/introduction section
References: Minimum a total of 6 (six) sources (at least 4 journal articles and 2 websites) all formatted in APA style with annotation attached for each source, go above this requirement to 9 sources total for full points on the final. Attached is my first 3 assignments, you can copy and paste what I’ve wrote and add to it only what’s required.

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