A requirement of this course is the preparation and submission of an annotated bibliography focused on a course competency, specifically learning objective of interest. An annotated bibliography is a compilation of citations to journal articles, documents or books. Each citation is followed by a brief (around 200 words) paragraph that is both descriptive and evaluative. The purpose of the annotation is to inform others as to the relevance, quality and accuracy of the sources cited. Perform a literature search; locate three (3) peer-reviewed articles pertinent to topic addressed in the learning plan and briefly summarize the key points of each article. The chosen articles should be key and recent. Once chosen the articles should be appropriately referenced using APA format. Samples of this format are available in the library, manuscript books or on-line. A final component to this assignment is the inclusion of a brief reflection paper describing how the research has impacted your understanding of the topic.
The Annotated Bibliography assignment is worth 40 points and will be graded according to the Annotated Bibliography Grade Rubric
The Annotated Bibliography Assignment addresses the following Employability Skills: communicate effectively; think critically and creatively; work cooperatively and professionally; solve problems effectively; demonstrate personal accountability; and value individual differences.
Peer-Reviewed Medical Articles
by Marcia Francis, M.A., M.Ed., AHIP
What are peer-reviewed articles?
Peer-reviewed articles are read by subject experts (“peers” of the author) before they are published in a journal. The experts look for mistakes, suggest the author make changes to the articles, and may even recommend that an article not be published at all. The purpose of peer review is to ensure that the highest quality articles are published.
Sometimes this review process is called “refereeing.” A peer-reviewed article and a refereed article are usually considered to be the same thing.
How will I know if an article is peer-reviewed?
Unfortunately the magical words, “peer-reviewed” or “refereed” can appear anywhere. Begin by looking at the entire article very carefully. A journal may be peer-reviewed but still publish editorials, opinion essays, etc. that are NOT peer-reviewed.http://www.isu.edu/library/ihsl/about.htm#marciahttp://www.mlanet.org/academy/index.html
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