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Check out our Annotated Bibliography Tutorial below and follow along
This tutorial describes the different parts of an annotated bibliography, explains how to write an effective annotation, and allow users the opportunity to create their own annotations for sources.
What's an annotated bibliography?
What's an Annotated Bibliography?
Annotated bibliographies include an annotation, which is a paragraph that describes and evaluates a resource.The annotation comes directly after the citation for the source. The summary usually includes a brief description of the contents of the resource, its value with respect to your topic, and a description of the author's particular viewpoint or bias. The tutorial below will outline all the required components and give examples of this type of bibliography.