Who is the author? What is her/his background? Is the author qualified to write this document? Author’s purpose – What is the author’s purpose in writing this literature or doing this research? Author bias – Does the a

Write an annotated bibliography for that article that informs the key points of the potential research topic. Summarize the literature by addressing the following
Author information – Who is the author? What is her/his background? Is the author qualified to write this document?
Author’s purpose – What is the author’s purpose in writing this literature or doing this research?
Author bias – Does the author show any biases or make assumptions upon which the rationale of the literature rests? If so, what are they?
Methodology – What methods did the author use to obtain the data? Be sure to provide strong details about their methodology, including participants, data collection methods, and analysis approach.
Author conclusion – What conclusions does the author draw? Are these conclusions specifically stated or implied?
Assessment of those conclusions – Are the conclusions justified from the research or experience? Are the conclusions in sync with the original purpose of the research and supported by the data? Are the conclusions skewed by bias?
Assessment of the literature’s quality and relevancy to the potential research topic – Is the work current? ○ Does it conflict with conventional wisdom, established scholarship, government policy, etc.? How is the literature relevant to the potential research topic? Explain.