Essay Help: Primary Source Analysis & Scholarly Article Review DUE BEFORE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (EST) is an academic exchange platform for students and writers: order Dissertations, Essays, Research Papers, and other assignments. 1 Title Annotated Bibliography Assignment type Research Paper Discipline Computer Science Description Your selected sources must be “current” within the past 2 years, when possible. Note: Begin your research early in Weeks 1 or 2 in order to have time to meet all of the requirements provided below. Research and select a minimum of 15 relevant, current, and academic sources that support this course’s Course Outcomes as listed in the Syllabus. If you would like to refresh your research skills, library has a wealth of information and resources to assist you. On the Internet, go to the library webpage and you will see “Research Tutorials.” If you have additional research questions, you may contact library’s “Distance Services” department. As a graduate student, you will be expected to manage your time throughout this course and complete your Annotated Bibliography by the due date in Week 6. Check with your facilitator for any specific due date requirement. Your annotations should be one paragraph to include a synopsis of the publications content, the relevance of the source, a statement of how the reference applies to the course of study, and other relevant statements that confirm the application of the entry to the coursework. Each annotated bibliography entry should contain the following three elements: A bibliographic citation in APA format A two to four sentence summary A one or two sentence critical evaluation For writing assistance, Purdue has an Online Writing Lab (OWL) that is widely used for appropriate writing formats. Cornell University Libraries is another resource for you, see Further, some sources are more useful and you may rely on them in more detail than others. For these entries in your bibliography, expand the annotation so that it contains the following items: A summary of the main points and the author’s thesis A critique of the author, including the author’s credentials Comments on the usefulness of the article to your research such as the date of the publication; whether or not there have been subsequent revisions or editions of the work that would mean it is more authoritative; whether or not the work is from a scholarly, substantive, popular, or sensational source, etc. Point of view from which the work was written Relevant references in the work. – Annotated Bibliography – see document in resources section for the class helpful links for Bibliography – Please Please: Consider this textbook: Coronel, C. & Morris, S. (2014). Database systems design, implementation, and management (11th ed.).Stamford, CT: Course Technology (Cengage Learning). More details 2 Title Primary Source Analysis & Scholarly Article Review DUE BEFORE MIDNIGHT TONIGHT (EST) Assignment type Other types Discipline History Description *THIS IS 2 SEPARATE ASSIGNMENTS* The 1st assignment… a primary source analysis where you find two primary sources (any type for which there is an analysis worksheet) on Operation Valkyrie. For each primary source, you find create a separate entry that includes all of the following information: • The type of primary source (e.g. written document, cartoon, photograph, and so on). • Complete the worksheet in detail. • Write a narrative analysis of the primary source, using the information you collected on the worksheet • Explain how the item pertains to your topic Create a bibliographic entry (as you would include it in your bibliography) for the primary source in Chicago Humanities style The 2nd assignment…The Scholarly Article Review you have to go to my schools website and you will do a search of UMUC’s Databases for two (2) scholarly articles in peer reviewed journals on Operation Valkyrie please note that you must find articles which are available in full text on the UMUC library data bases* Once you find your articles, Read them and Write a review of both. The reviews must be at least 500 words EACH, in essay format, with paragraphs, correct grammar and complete sentences. It may contain first person statements, but it must also contain scholarly remarks and observations formed by reading your text. If you disagree with the article, please state your opinion respectfully. Elaborate on all statements made and conclusions drawn by you the reviewer. Cite specific examples to back up your claim. More details