Annotated bibliographies differ from abstracts or summaries of articles. Annotated bibliographies are a list of sources (journal or news articles, books, websites, datasets, etc.) on a particular topic. The list is usually in alphabetical order by author and always employs a single citation style. The propose of an annotated bibliography is:
Some questions to help with your analysis of a source might include:
Below are a few links to help you better understand and construct an annotated bibliography.
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