Q: Am I required to submit an annotated bibliography?
If you began courses fall 2015 or later, you are required to complete the annotated
bibliography as a requirement to graduate.
Q: I don't know where to start. What should I do first?
Contact your faculty advisor, early in your degree program, to discuss the requirements
and brainstorm texts you might use. Once your bibliography is developed and approved by your faculty advisor, begin working with your faculty advisor on the annotations for each text.
Q: Where do I submit my annotated bibliography?
Once your faculty advisor approves your text list, you will be enrolled in the Annotated
Bibliography course in Brightspace. You must submit the final annotated bibliography in Brightspace by the deadline.
Q: I plan to graduate in the summer, when do I submit my annotated bibliography?
All summer graduates are required to submit the annotated bibliography in the spring semester before they attend to graduate.
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