This Library Guide provides resources for the steps marked in bold.
The following database is about careers. It explains the requirements and overview of each career. The sections about "outlook" of a career might give you hints on topics related to the impact of technology:
Once you have narrowed down your topic, you need research articles about it.
Some of the following databases will have information, depending on your specific topic. Read the tips below each to decide which ones to try first.
Don't forget to ask a librarian if your search is not being successful!
The following database (Films on Demand) includes a lot of videos about many topics related to careers and technology.
Gather all your sources (articles, books, websites, etc.) and create their citations in MLA.
You can use the citation tools from the databases, but remember to COPY/PASTE & CORRECT, or check with a librarian.
List the citations in alphabetical order, in a page titled "Annotated Bibliography".
The citations should be indented with a "hanging indentation" and double spaced, with no extra spaces between lines.
Under each citation, write a paragraph that summarizes what's about, explains how it's useful for your topic, what part of the article you are going to use, etc.
Important: Your professor usually gives you directions on what they want you to write in the notes/annotations. Check their instructions!