An annotated bibliography is a compilation of sources relating to your research topic. Each source entry in an annotated bibliography contains two parts:
The annotation is an evaluation of the source, not simply a summary of what it contains. Here are some suggestions about what to include in your annotation.
What Belongs in a Citation?
The following style guides provide citation examples for books, journal and newspaper articles, web pages and much more. For further reference, see the MLA or APA handbooks for citation style available at the reference desk. Stuck on a citation? Ask your librarian!
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