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If you don’t know how to do this type of search, attend one of them. Beware of “predatory journals” and do not use them as sources for articles – see the text in the Essay Proposal Outline EVALUATION CRITERIA Your annotated bibliography will be evaluated according to the following criteria: Suitability of the selected items o Are the chosen journal articles or book chapters academic and peer-reviewed? o Are they highly relevant to the essay topic chosen? o Do the selections cover the scope of the planned essay? o Do the selections cover the most recent developments on the topic? Analysis o Are the annotations informative or too brief or too detailed taking into account length restrictions of one page double-spaced ? o Are the annotations written in your own words and therefore differ from the article’s abstract? o Are the annotations critical as well as descriptive? o Do the annotations provide accurate representations of the sources? Format and presentation o Is there an introductory statement and an attached copy of the last submitted version of the essay proposal ? o Are there at least 10 reasonably up-to-date refereed journal articles (or chapters in topics that fall into the social sciences or humanities)? o Is an appropriate citation method consistently employed? o Are the annotations well-written in terms of style, grammar and spelling?
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3 Marking of Annotated bibliography: Mark /100 Grade uOttawa description 90-100 A+ Exceptional 85-89.9 A 80-84.9 A- Excellent 75-79.9 B+ Very good 70-74.9 B 65-69.9 C+ Good 60-64.9 C 55-59.9 D+ Passable 50-54.9 D 40-49.9 E Failure <40 F
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