What’s an Annotated Bibliography?

Typically, an annotated bibliography consists of a citation followed by an annotation.
An annotation is a short summary of a source, however, it is not JUST a summary.

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Example from ucf.edu:
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Keep in mind that different styles (MLA, APA, Chicago, Turabian) will vary. The example above is APA.


Today’s Assignment:

1. Read this handout from ucf.edu:
2. Select the topic you wish to research.
3. Create an annotated bibliography for this research paper. Include 3 or more sources.
4. Do not write the paper (yet).
5. Watch this short LionTV video.
Bonus:
You may wish to watch this video on APA annotated bibliography from the SNHU Writing Center.