The annotated bibliography explains each sources, and explai

The annotated bibliography explains each sources, and explains how you will use the source in the final, multimedia presentation. Annotations are short paragraphs that explain each source. You need a minimum of six sources including one book source from by a university press, two scholarly journal articles, two digital sources and one primary source. You also need to use the von Sivers book as a secondary source, and locate one primary source from the text. No “wikis” or online encyclopedia should be included. Include a short introduction to your project, including an explanation of the time period and a defined thesis statement, which explains the central point of your project. Format according to MLA, APA or CMS style of citation.You need at least one book published by a university press, two scholarly journal articles, two digital sources, and one primary source.( A primary source is a source published contemporaneous to the time period–newspaper article, imagine, song, etc..)First paragraph should offer an introduction to the topic. Discuss the historical context. Provide a timeline. Assert your thesis statement.Citation of each source (full citation)Paragraph explanation of each source, and how you will use it in the final project.How to write a annotated bibliographyhttps://clas.uiowa.edu/history/teaching-and-writin… (Links to an external site.)