An annotated bibliography is a list of citations of resources (books, journal articles, websites, etc.) followed by a brief description and evaluation. This helps you keep track of each resource, its relevance as it pertains to your study, and its credibility and quality. Your evaluation of each resource may include the purpose and scope of the study, the theories consulted, the conclusions derived, the research instruments used, etc. As you review your annotated bibliography, you can get a quick assessment of the literature you have explored on a particular subject, and this, in turn, helps you decide what to further examine. review five articles, which you identified in the Weeks 3 and 4 Discussions. In Week 7 (Part 2) and Week 8 (Part 3), you will further develop your annotated bibliography.Review the five articles you selected in the Week 3 Discussion using the guidelines described in the Stadtlander text (pp. 89–91).Review the two articles you selected in the Week 4 Discussion using the guidelines described in the Stadtlander text (pp. 89–91).Review Chapter 4, “General Guidelines for Analyzing Literature” (pp. 31–42), in the Galvan text.Review Chapter 9, “Dissertation Chapter 2: Literature Review” (pp. 89–91), in the Stadtlander text.Download the Components of an Annotated Entry: Annotated Bibliography Sample Document.Review the following web resources:“How to Prepare an Annotated Bibliography: The Annotated Bibliography”“Annotated Bibliography SamplesArticle:1) The Education of poverty in HaitiBy: McNulty, Brendan. In: Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Vol. 35, Issue 1 (Winter 2011), pp. 109-126 Language: English, Database: HeinOnlineSubjects: Massachusetts; International Law Foreign Policy2) Laying the groundwork: advocates say revamping Haiti’s higher education system will fortify the country’s leadership in business and government during its rebuilding processAuthors: Cooper, Kenneth J.Source: Diverse Issues in Higher Education3) Reconstructing the education system in Haiti: Building on new foundationsAcademic JournalJeanrie, Chantale; Muller, Maitre; Azarre, Wilfrid. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY; 2012; 47; p323-p324, Database: Social Sciences Citation IndexAdd to folderERIC and Education Source Combined SearchPsychARTICLES