The annotated bibliography is a cornerstone of academic research and allows students and policy analysts to understand the current state of knowledge about an issue before proposing policy alternatives.
- How does an annotated bibliography prepare you to create an effective literature review?
- If a policy analyst simply did an Internet search and gave policymakers some results about a policy issue, what would happen? What would be missing?
- Using credible academic and government reference sources to build a literature review is crucial, but it can be challenging to write. How will you approach transitioning from the annotated bibliography to the literature review?
- What are some common errors to avoid in writing a literature review?