Preparing an annotated bibliography can be both overwhelming and frustrating, especially if you are not sure exactly what you are doing. This site pilots its reader through the process in a “no fuss” and “no worry” way. The step-by-step guide explains the purpose of each portion of the entry and the procedure for how to do it. Each module includes a sample and a sample entry. The modules include “What is an Annotated Bibliography,” “Purposes of Preparing an Annotated Bibliography,” “Choosing Sources for your Bibliography,” “Format of the Bibliographic Entry,” “Writing Critical Commentary,” and “Sample Annotated Bibliography Entries.” Help students make their writing count and do it beautifully from here on out.
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