Abstract and Annotated Bibliography Instructions
ABSTRACT AND ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY INSTRUCTIONS
An abstract is a 1-paragraph summary of the paper that consists of 150 to 250 words.
1. Do not indent the first line in abstracts and do not include citations.
2. Be sure to review current APA format helps in Liberty University’s Writing Center or other current APA format resources for assistance.
An annotated bibliography is a collection of at least 10 one-paragraph summaries of research articles that you intend to use in the final paper. The sources must be dated within the past 5 years.
Do not paste the article abstract in the paper. Annotations must be your summary of the article.
If a research study was the focus of the article or was mentioned in your summary be sure to include a summary of the findings. Do not simply say the authors conducted a study without providing as summary of the findings.
The source citations should conform to current APA format guidelines. The sources and summaries should be listed in alphabetical order based on the first author’s last name.
The paper should include a title page that conforms to current APA format guidelines.
Submit the assignment as 1 Microsoft Word document through the normal submission process. This assignment is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of Module/Week 4.
Summary Paper Requirements
1. Include a title page in current APA format
2. List the summaries in alphabetical order according