Annotated Bibliography: Social media Name Course Professor Date 1 Asur Sitaram and Bernardo A. Huberman. "Predicting the future with social media." In Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology-Volume 01 pp. 492-499. IEEE Computer Society 2010. In this article the authors are focusing on the prediction of the incoming generation of social media. Due to the ubiquity in the content sharing and social networking in the previous years social media has spread in many parts of the world. The authors have focused on how the content of the social media can be used to foretell its outcome in the real-world. To do this the authors have used chatter from Twitter website to predict the revenue generated from movies of box-offices. The result of the predictions shows that there is a simple model built from how people create tweets on a given topic based research topic related to the source theme and it will be important during my research as I will gather information about social media. Bibliography Asur Sitaram and Bernardo A. Huberman. "Predicting the future with social media." In Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology-Volume 01 pp. 492-499. IEEE Computer Society 2010. Castro Juan Carlos. "Learning and teaching art through social media." Studies in Art Education 53 no. 2 (2012): 152-169. Gerbaudo Paolo. Tweets and the streets: Social media and contemporary activism. Pluto Press 2018. Lenhart Amanda Kristen Purcell Aaron Smith and Kathryn Zickuhr. "Social Media & Mobile Internet Use among Teens and Young Adults. Millennials." Pew internet & American life project (2010). Shirky Clay. "The political power of social media: Technology the public sphere and political change." Foreign affairs (2011): 28-41. Xiang Zheng and Ulrike Gretzel. "Role of social media in online travel information search." Tourism management 31 no. 2 (2010): 179-188. [...]
By the end of week three of the term, each student will submit an Annotated Bibliography dealing specifically with their selected technology or technological transformation (I chose social media). The annotated bibliography will include no fewer than six viable academic sources dealing with the selected topic. Please make note of the need to evaluate any web resources that may be used. Please note, inclusion of web resources that do not meet the threshold for inclusion in a collection of academic resources will not be counted toward the required six entries for the assignment. Generally speaking, resources from the UMUC Library database (for history, JSTOR and Academic Search Complete are good places to begin) as well as other "traditional" academic sources in the forum of journal articles and books are the safest routes to ensure that the six sources are considered to meet the threshold for inclusion of academic resources for the "Research Project." If you have any questions about the viability of any sources, please let me know. After selecting no fewer than six viable academic sources dealing with the selected topic, you will need to construct bibliographic entries for each in Chicago/Turabaian format. After typing the bibliographic entries for each of the selected sources, add a brief paragraph to follow each entry. This paragraph, or annotation, will include an overview of the contents of the resource, how it is related to your topic, and why the resource is appropriate for use in an academic research project. Each annotation should include at least three well-developed sentences and no annotations should exceed 150 words. The Annotated Bibliography is intended to be a beginning point for student research of their topic. Students should add to their sources as the term progresses. Additional sources will be used, in conjunction with the original six, to complete the subsequent written assignments. Upon completion, the Annotated Bibliography should be uploaded as an MS Word file attachment to this dropbox. The submission should include a title page and double-spaced text.