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  • An annotated bibliography is a list of citations in which each citation is followed by a summary of the item.
  • The summary is typically restricted to one or two brief paragraphs. It can be either descriptive or evaluative.
  • The type of annotation you write is determined by your assignment and guidelines from your instructor.
  • Your citations will be written in keeping with the style you choose e.g. APA or MLA etc.

Here are links to some annotated bibliography help guides

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