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I was assigned to read
Ellin, “Special professional morality and the duty of veracity,” pp. 184-192
Brinkman, “An analysis of student privacy rights in the use of plagiarism detection systems,” pp. 292-297
Instructions
How to write annotations:
Begin with a bibliographic entry (such as would appear on a Works Cited page) for the article or book in MLA format. ___College has a page that shows how to do the bibliographic entry for an article in an edited book, which is what you’ll be using for this assignment, as the articles you are assigned appear in our textbook. Click here (Links to an external site.) and scroll down to the heading “Article or Chapter in an Edited Book.”
Next, summarize the main arguments or content of the article.
Then, evaluate the main arguments or content of the article. To “evaluate” means to explain how well (or poorly) you believe the author did at addressing the topic at hand. Give reasons for your evaluation.
Finally, reflect on the value of this source for your research, field of study, or professional interests.
Recommended length: 200-300 words excluding the bibliographic entry.
I also recommend viewing the sample annotations [here. (Links to an external site.)]
Answer in your own unique, original words.
Scoring Rubric for Annotations
Bibliographic entry for the article or book in MLA format (0-25% based on completeness and correctness)
Summary of the main arguments or content of the article (0-25% based on accuracy, completeness, and significance of content included)
Evaluation of the main arguments or content of the article (0-25%. based on how convincing your evaluation is). Note: to evaluate a reading, you must say whether you believe it was successful in achieving its goals, and explain why or why not. An evaluation is an assessment, judgment, rating, or etc.
Reflection on the value of this source for your research, field of study, or professional interests (0-25% based on relevance)