Answered By: Lydia Tsai
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2018     Views: 617

An annotated bibliography is a list of citations on a related topic with a description (annotation) of each source on the list. It can be part of a larger research project, or can be a stand-alone report in itself.

There are different types of annotations (e.g. summary, evaluative, etc.). Make a note of which type of annotation your instructor is looking for.

Where can I see an example?

Start here for some examples, depending on what citation style you're using:

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