Annotated bibliographies are lists of resources that include an evaluative summary of each resource. More than just a summary of the article, annotated bibliographies give you a chance to critique the resources you're finding. They can also help you determine whether your research question is viable. Take a look at some of the resourcs on this page to help you write a strong annotated bibliography!
Write a few sentences summarizing the source. What was it about? What was the main point of it?
Your Personal Thoughts and Insights
Was the source helpful for your particular assignment?
How did it help answer your research question(s)?
How was this source different than the other sources used?
Did the source change your thinking on the research topic?
How did the source affect you?
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