Answered By: Holly Schettler Last Updated: Feb 16, 2017 Views: 29
An annotated bibliography is a list of citations of various resources, such as books and articles. Each citation in an annotated bibliography is followed by a brief paragraph, or annotation. This annotation describes and evaluates the resource.
To create an annotated bibliography, create a bibliography as you normally would. If you need help citing sources, see the links below. Then, skim through or read a resource listed in the bibliography. Write a short paragraph below each citation to summarize and inform the reader of the resource's value.
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