The topic must be part of the following as I am in the Information Technology Field. With that being said you can propose any topic relating to Information Technology that is argumentative.
• an argumentative issue that exists within your major/field of study or a job you currently hold or want to hold (where you take a side and argue FOR or AGAINST something. Don’t just explore a career, salaries, etc. – that does not equal an argument). For example, a business student may write an argumentative paper in support of/or against the Affordable Care Act and its effect on small businesses. A criminal justice student may write an argumentative paper in support of/or against the use of confessions in trials. Ultimately, choose a topic that will be of real interest to you. Consider perhaps a problem you face at your current job or areas of disagreement in your profession of interest.
I also need each piece of item once completed which will be considered the rough draft. If I need a revision, I will request a revision and go from there.
Does The Annotated Bibliography that I was supplied look like the sample?
It is missing the following:
At the top of your page, after your MLA heading, please post your topic and focusing question (refer to Unit 3 content notes as needed). Then proceed with the following information for each entry (2 total):
a bibliographic entry for the source according to MLA format
a brief note about how you located the source: did you find this source in person at the library, electronically, or otherwise? what terms did you use to locate the source, etc.
information about the source’s author: who is the author? how is the author credible? You may need to do additional research on the author or organization responsible for the source to find out more about him/her/them/it, their credentials, etc. [This information will prove helpful because in your research paper’s text, when introducing a source, it is good form to use a signal phrase that introduces the author to add credibility to your argument (as in, “According to John Doe, who is a professor at Harvard University, …)]
a brief summary of what the source says (main ideas)
a reflection: how do you think you will use this source? How will this source help you support your own argument? How did it shape your own opinion, if at all? What are the source’s strengths and weaknesses?