ENGAGING LECTURE TIP 26Annotated Reference Page

Most of us who make presentations or give lectures in class draw information from several sources in preparation for any given session. It can be useful to provide students with information about the sources we used. An Annotated Reference Page is a handout that begins with an abstract and then provides a list of sources related to the lecture topic. Each citation is followed by a brief annotation or discussion of the source. Typically, an Annotated Reference Page is used as a supplementary resource in conjunction with other handouts.

An Annotated Reference Page provides students who want to learn more about a topic with a starting point. It can help them to see how complex a topic is as well ...

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