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CheckPoint: Annotated Bibliography As part of the writing process, you will refine your premise several times. Before you eliminate any sources, you should create a record of your research in case you decide to revisit an idea. An annotated bibliography tracks your research and compiles summaries of each source. These summaries are valuable resources for writing your final paper. Due Day 3 [Individual forum] Resources: Finding, Evaluating, and Utilizing Credible Information; Appropriate Style Guidelines; the Center for Writing Excellence; and the completed Appendix D Review the sample annotated bibliography at the Center for Writing Excellence at Review the examples of reference sources at the Center for Writing Excellence at Complete an annotated bibliography of the sources you plan to use in your research paper. Answer the following question: What must you do to convert the annotated bibliography to an APA-formatted reference page as part of the rough draft of your research paper?

Post the annotated bibliography as an attachment. Exercise: Grammar Exercise 1 Due Day 5 [Individual forum] Resource: The Center for Writing Excellence Log on to your student Web site. Review and navigate through the Center for Writing Excellence Web site at: Click on the Library tab at the top of your page. Click Center for Writing Excellence. Navigate to the left side of the screen where Writing Resources is located. Click Tutorials and Guides. Click on The Grammar Guide under Grammar Tutorials. Click on Grammar Mechanics under The Grammar Guide. Complete the following skill-and-drill quizzes from the Grammar Mechanics category. Ensure that you review the definition and rules for each topic. Adjectives and Adverbs Comparatives and Superlatives Modifiers Dangling Modifiers Misplaced Modifiers Correcting Dangling or Misplaced Modifiers Post a screen shot of your results page in the Individual forum. To take a screen shot, press the <Print Screen> or <Prt Scr> key on the upper-right hand corner of your keyboard, open your MicrosoftWord document, then press <Ctrl><V>. The subject line of each post must inform the instructor which exercise screenshot you are posting (for example, Adjective and Adverbs).

Com 220 week 3 checkpoint annotated bibliography  
Com 220 week 3 checkpoint annotated bibliography