Answered By: Kealin McCabe
Last Updated: Sep 19, 2017     Views: 191

An annotated bibliography describes to the reader:

  1. The type of research available in a particular area;
  2. The resources you consulted for your research;
  3. The value, content and relevance of a piece to your research. An annotation is meant to be clear and concise.

Below are example of what an annotation might look like. Here is a link to a great guide to creating annotated bibliographies from the University of Toronto.

 

Sample Annotation APA

Sample Annotation MLA

Sample Annotation Chicago

Sample Annotation CSE

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