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How To: Write an Annotated Bibliography: Additional Resources

A guide to writing an Annotated Bibliography

What is RefWorks?

Proquest Refworks

RefWorks is a web-based bibliographic citation management service that is useful for tracking citations, generating bibliographies & citing sources in papers, etc. It allows you to create your own database of citations, download results from library databases and Onesearch, generate bibliographies in APA and other bibliographic styles, and insert citations as you write in MS Word.

RefWorks is provided to you by the Lloyd Sealy Library through the student technology fee.

To access RefWorks and get started, click on the icon at the top.

For more information about RefWorks, please take a look at our RefWorks Subject Guide HERE.

Perdue OWL: Annotated Bibliographies

Perdue OWL: Annotated Bibliographies

If you are interested in more information on how to write an annotated bibliography, try taking a look at this guide from the Purdue Online Writing Lab. Just click on the image above to go to their site.