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Teaching the Annotated Bibliography: A Resource for Instructors, Librarians, and Other Academic Professionals (Hardcover)

Teaching the Annotated Bibliography: A Resource for Instructors, Librarians, and Other Academic Professionals By Cynthia A. Cochran, Luke Beatty Cover Image
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This book informs instructors and librarians about the history, aims, and pedagogical uses of the annotated bibliography.

A companion to the authors' Writing the Annotated Bibliography, this text enables instructors to better understand the annotated bibliography not only as a tool for research and composition but also as a valuable pedagogical tool. It provides practical guidance along with assignments, lesson plans, assessment rubrics, and other tools for using annotated bibliographies in effective and nuanced ways. It also contains annotated bibliography samples in APA, MLA, and Chicago styles.

This practical book is of great use to instructors of composition and research skills, librarians, curriculum designers, writing center directors, and education professionals.

About the Author


Cynthia A. Cochran is an Associate Professor of English at Illinois College, USA. She is a writing studies expert with 30 years of experience directing writing centers and working with writing across the curriculum and writing programs. Cindy has an MS in Education from the University of Illinois and a PhD in English from Carnegie Mellon University.Luke Beatty is a Library Director and an Associate Professor of Library Science at St. Ambrose University, USA. He has worked in academic libraries for over a decade. Luke has an MLIS and an MEd from the University of Western Ontario.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781032077451
ISBN-10: 103207745X
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: September 6th, 2022
Pages: 186
Language: English