In this activity, you will create an annotated bibliography by addressing the st


In this activity, you will create an annotated bibliography by addressing the steps below and answering the questions as thoroughly as possible. The questions will prompt you to engage in a conversation with your sources. You will need to follow the steps below three times (for your three different sources).
Before you begin, make sure you have:
Selected three sources from the library database
At least one source that presents an opposing viewpoint, a position that an opponent of your argument might make
Applied the C.R.A.A.P.O. test to the sources to determine if they are credible and reliable (Remember, credible sources should score 35 points or more on the test)
Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:
Identify your source by including the author, the title, and the database information.
Summarize your source. (Explain the main idea, the details or evidence that support the main idea, and the description of if your source supports your argument or an opposing viewpoint.)
Explain why your source is credible. The C.R.A.A.P.O. test will help.
Explain how your source supports at least one key point or opposing viewpoint from your argument.


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