For your final paper, you will be required to have eight credible and scholarly sources. For this assignment, you must choose seven sources to create an annotated bibliography.
Is telehealthcare a good option for nursing homes?
The benefits of telehealthcare outweigh its shortcoming, and it is thus wise to adopt it in the delivery of care with advancement in technologies.
For this homework, annotated bibliography is required only.
For each source, you will first need to have an appropriately formatted APA reference citation, immediately followed with a citation entry.
The citation entry should address the following components:
A short summary of the articles
An evaluation of the author’s background or authority
A description of the intended audience
A comparison of this work with other sources you have selected
An explanation of how this source supports or opposes your topic
Remember that your entire annotated bibliography should be double-spaced with no extra spaces between entries.
Your bibliography needs to be correctly indented with the first line of each reference list citation flush left with the left-hand margin (no indentation), and the second and proceeding lines should have a one-half inch hanging indent from the left-hand margin.
Your annotation begins on the line following the end of the reference, and lines up with the indented portion of the reference.
Your citations should be listed in alphabetical order by author’s last name.
Sources are highly relevant to the topic and add greatly to research potential. Few, if any, additional sources are needed. All sources are from credible, scholarly, peer-reviewed materials.
All main/critical points are included for each annotation. Annotations succinctly and comprehensively describe the source material.
Evaluation clearly explains why the sources were chosen and thoroughly identifies their degree of relevance to the topic.
The assignment consistently follows current APA format and is free from errors in formatting, citation, and references. No grammatical, spelling, or punctuation errors. All sources are cited and referenced correctly.