An annotated bibliography of the references supporting your paper An
annotated bibliography is a list of citations to references (books, articles,
and documents). Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words)
descriptive and evaluative paragraph called the annotation. The purpose of the
annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of
the sources cited. (Olin and Uris Libraries, Cornell University, Ithaca
NY 14853). Sources will be less than seven (7) years old.
Completed papers will be in 12-point
type, double-spaced, consisting of not less than five nor more than ten pages
excluding illustrations, any cover sheet, and the reference list. The
papers will be graded on applicability, content, flow, and the proper
application of APA style and citations.
Term Paper Presentation: A summary of your work
will be presented in PowerPoint. This presentation requirement will
likely occur before the paper is due. Students will be allocated up to 15
minutes for their presentation.
See attached comments on the paper
On your presentation slides:
Have one per source
Identify what factors apply to each source
Have a concluding slide that sums up the factors identified
Have a slide for the reference list
You don’t need an
Each source should have a
paragraph in which you summarize the source and identify which factors of
timing of market entry apply. The
paragraph must also have a citation
If you do the above, you
don’t need a concluding paragraph.
If you choose to do a
concluding paragraph, you must identify the factors that apply to each source.