Answered By: Amber Tatnall
Last Updated: Aug 11, 2014     Views: 124

An annotated bibliography is a bibliography of the sources that you are using for your research project that includes a summary or evaluation of each source.  Usually your summary or evaluation will be a short paragraph, but your instructor may give you more detailed guidelines.  You can create annotated bibliographies within Noodlebib, in either APA or MLA format.

Watch this short online tutorial for more details.

For further information, visit the Online Writing Lab (OWL) at Purdue University's website. 

Pictures are worth a thousand words!  Here are examples of what annotated bibliographies actually look like.

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