What is an annotated bibliography? In academia, an annotated bibliography is often written in the beginning stages of the research process. The annotated bibliography is a list of possible sources cited formally (in this case, in MLA format) for your research project. After each cited source and directly below the citation, there is a brief summary of the source and an accompanying explanation of how the source will support your argument. Essentially, the annotated bibliography is your plan-of-action for the successful completion of a research project. In this case, the annotated bibliography is your planof-action for the argumentative essay assignment. Before beginning your annotated bibliography, please watch this brief video: https://youtu.be/CQK_Y0rCnvA Assignment Description The annotated bibliography will be the first step you take towards writing your researched argumentative essay assignment in this class. Thus, you should carefully select your argumentative topic for the annotated bibliography since you must write on that same topic for the researched argumentative essay. Once you decide on a topic from the list of topics below, you must use the MacEwan library, either online or in-person, to find two sources related to your topic. Here are the requirements for the annotated bibliography
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