The annotated bibliography begins with a two-step process. Create a cover page, then on the second page, create an APA formatted bibliographic entry for the Boston Globe’s timeline, linked in Resources. You will also need to annotate the entry. This means that after the bibliographic entry, you will need to write a short paragraph (about 2–5 sentences) that summarizes the story for you, the researcher, to know what the text was about when you return to your bibliography at a later date. Understand that researchers frequently work in teams or share their annotated bibliographies publicly in other ways or for other purposes, so your annotation should be one that is understood by other researchers, as well as your instructor in this case.
You should then find at least one other source about the Jared Remy case that you can add to the annotated bibliography. You may search the Capella University Library or search the Internet to find this article. The article should shed new light on the case in some way. In other words, it should not simply provide the same information that the timeline already provides to you, having been written by a different author. Add a citation to the annotated bibliography in complete APA reference list format, followed by your short annotation for this article. Then submit the first part of your annotated bibliography.