An entry in an annotated bibliography includes the citation information written in an accepted citation style, such as MLA or APA and a brief description and analysis of a text. An annotated bibliography is a collection of such entries, often focused on a specific topic. The requirements for an annotated bibliography may differ based on the situation for which it is required. Some writers use an annotated bibliography to keep track of their reading as they conduct research. An instructor might assign an annotated bibliography to get a sense of the literature on a particular topic.
IST 210 - Research Design: Brief Introduction to Annotated Bibliographies
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An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief usually about words descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. The bibliography you put at the end of your research papers is a list of citations, with no annotations, and it is included in your research for the purpose of giving credit to your sources of information.
HDS 191: Field Research in Human Development: Annotated Bibliographies
Bibliography is "a systematic list or enumeration of written works by a specific author or on a given subject. An annotation is a simply an explanation or description used to further clarify a particular item. An annotated bibliography is a list of citation to books, article, or any other documents and each cited item is followed by an annotation. The style of the annotation can be summative, descriptive, evaluative, or a mix. Hullfish, H.
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