Answered By: Dave Piening
Last Updated: Jun 13, 2022     Views: 323

An annotated bibliography presents a list of sources and describes them in some way. Sometimes in annotated bibliographies, you give your opinion about an article, book, or website in addition to a citation for that source. Sometimes you simply describe the source and then give the citation. Your professor will specify the type of annotated bibliography they would like.

Here is a page from a Research Guide that shows examples of annotated bibliography entries.


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