You basically responding to the student post from the discussion in regards to annonoted bibliography.
Student paper down below:
How does an annotated bibliography prepare you to create an effective literature review?
The annotated bibliography prepare you to create an effective literature review, because the annotated bibliography is where check for the credibility, usefulness ad reliance of the sources you cities. Now you will be able to use it for the literature review because it is the back bone of any research project that you are working on.
If a policy analyst simply did an Internet search and gave policymakers some results about a policy issue. what would happen? What would be missing?
When the policy analyst used the Internet search and give the policymakers about some results about some policy issue will get the factors that they need to be told about the policies that they are working on in which with the internet is faster now than the way that they use to do it before. The only thing that will be missing is that using the internet source you aren't dealing with the human doing all the research by other sources that they used to do it by.
Using credible academic and government reference sources to build a literature review is crucial, but it can be challenging to write. How will you approach transitioning from annotated bibliography you the literature review? What are some common errors to avoid in writing a literature review?
There are 5 steps for you to use to turn annotated bibliography into literature review. Add a brief second paragraph, rearrange each annotation and analysis coupling, remove the A P A source citation preceding each of the annotation, massages, augment, edit the story, combine #3 and #4. And here are some of the common errors to avoid are don't source the literature review that didn't relate to the research problems, don't take sufficient time to define and identify the most relevant sources to use the literature review related to the research problem, exclusively on the secondary analytical sources rather than including relevant primary research studies or data , uncritically accepts another research's finding and interpretations as valid, rather than examing the critically all aspects of the research design and analysis, don't describe search that produres that were used in identifying the literature to review, report isolated the results rather than synthegizing than in chi-squared or metry, and methods, and only includes research that validate assumptions and does not consider contrary finding and alternative interpretations found in the literature review.