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Annotated Bibliography: This is a list of your sources in MLA format and includes an annotation for each source, which consists of both a summary of the source and an evaluation of the text for its credibility and usefulness in relationship to your project. For this component, you will seek out a variety of sources to include local/campus publications, campus representatives/residents, popular, and scholarly sources. First, each group member will be required to compile an individual list of annotated sources (4 sources, at least one primary, at least 2 secondary; at least 1 of the secondary sources must be scholarly).
Ultimately you are using this annotated bibliography to work towards a white paper. It will require 8 -10 sources: at least 3 primary sources, at least 4 secondary sources, 3 of the 4 should be scholarly.