HOW TO ANNOTATE YOUR BIBLIOGRAPHY
An annotated bibliography is a list of sources that you have used with a discussion of the reasons for including each. Annotations are usually no longer than 150 words and should describe the work briefly and then tell the reader the relevance, accuracy and quality of the source.
You should select works that provide a variety of perspectives on your topic. Cite the book in the appropriate required format and then write your annotation. It should include:
- Summarize the central theme and scope of the source
- Evaluate the authority or background of the author
- Comment on the intended audience
PRACTICE Annotating with this Power Point
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