Welcome to the Lloyd Sealy Library subject guide on how to write an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography is a list of source citations used in a paper, together with a short descriptive and evaluative section attached known as an annotation. The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to help to understand how good or bad or how useful or useless the source is in the opinion of the writer of the annotated bibliography. This guide contains sections that deal with how to create an annotated bibliography, as well as proper citation and additional resources.
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