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Information Literacy Resources

Guide for faculty

Outcome 1.4.3

Write an annotated bibliography that:

     b. Applies appropriate disciplinary conventions of citation


Citation conventions vary by discipline. For more information see Forsyth Library's Citation and Documentation Styles Guide

Example Citation Rubric from UNIV 301

 

 

Not Proficient Developing Proficiency Proficient Exceeding Proficiency

Write an annotated bibliography that (b) applies appropriate disciplinary conventions of citation.

Does not provide citation for the sources, or, There is little or no adherence to correct and/or assigned style format in the document Provides some identifying information, but not enough to reliably locate sources. There are several style errors to format and/or citations in the document’s correct and/or assigned style that may interfere with understanding or reading the document Provides sufficient information to identify and locate the sources, but may have a few minor errors in the correct and/or assigned style that do not significantly interfere with understanding or reading the document. Provides sufficient information to identify and locate the sources, citation and format in the correct and/or assigned style with no errors.

If inspired by this rubric, please acknowledge the work done by Forsyth Library for the UNIV 301 Information Literacy course in your documentation. 

Teaching Resources for Citation and Plagiarism