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Annotated bibliographies differ from abstracts or summaries of articles. They are essentially a list of sources (journal or news articles, books, websites, datasets, etc.) on a particular topic with brief annotations that summarizes the source and evaluates its usefulness as a source. The list is usually in alphabetical order by author and employs a single citation style.
Here are a few links to help you better understand and construct an annotated bibliography.
Citation managers like RefWorks, EndNote, Mendeley and Zotero help you track and organize your citations, so that when you're writing your paper, you can easily cite your sources. Citation managers also help you insert citations, create endnotes and bibliographies.