Discuss Modern learning methods and their effectiveness.

Role/Writer’s Purpose:
to say clearly and succinctly what research sources you want to use and to defend their credibility.
Course Objectives (SLO’s):
Synthesize ideas from a variety of sources. Integrate inquiry-based research into writing processes. Produce analytic texts that effectively address different rhetorical situations. Incorporating multiple types of credible and relevant sources (e.g. print, electronic, scholarly, popular, etc…). Demonstrating advanced digital literacy. Using a flexible and thorough research process to select primary and secondary texts.
Write a 500 word (minimum) bibliography that discusses your research sources and their validity.
Follow MLA/APA conventions for formatting your paper (double space, paragraph form, proper headings, etc.).
You may use 1st or 3rd person perspective.
Originality report must be 20% or less.
Do not choose a common topic (Abortion, Animal Testing/Abuse, Athletes’ Salaries, Birth Control, Childhood Obesity, Death Penalty, Dress Code, Drinking Age, Drug Legalization, Euthanasia/Assisted Suicide, Gay Marriage, Global Warming, Gun Control, Illegal Immigration, Sex Education).
Annotated Bibliography
An annotated bibliography is a list of cited sources about a particular topic, in which each citation is followed by a brief annotation, or discussion of the source. The annotation usually consists of just one paragraph, but your instructor may require more. An annotated bibliography is useful for documenting your research in a specific area, exploring varying viewpoints, and summarizing main points from different sources. Format requirements of an annotated bibliography vary greatly from one documentation style to another; please refer to a style manual for specific format requirements (ex: MLA, APA, CBE, Chicago, etc.). There are two parts to every entry in an annotated bibliography: the citation and the annotation.
The Citation:
The citation includes the bibliographic information of the source. The documentation style required for this information depends upon your particular academic field and will usually be assigned by your professor (some common styles include MLA, APA, CBE, and Chicago). Follow the instructions for the assignment, and the guidelines in the appropriate documentation handbook. Citations are organized alphabetically.
The Annotation:
The annotation is a brief paragraph following the citation.
The annotation of a source can serve several different purposes; your professor requires your annotations to do the following:
Condense the content of the source (write a brief summary of the information)
Evaluate the source (analyze for authority, accuracy, currency, objectivity)
Discuss the writer’s background (examine expertise or layman knowledge)
Assess the usefulness or relevant application of the source
Describe how you will use this source (perspective? value of source? Offers new info?)