Research Guides:
Writing Annotated Bibliographies

An annotated bibliography is a list of citations with descriptions of the particular work (book, article, or document). The citation is followed by a short paragraph: a summary and evaluation of the individual work. The annotation is descriptive and critical, usually 150 words or less. The annotation helps the reader decide if the material cited is appropriate to their research needs.

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Research Guides: Writing Annotated Bibliographies / Albert S. Cook Library
Last revised: August 11, 2011

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