Answered By: Caryl Wyatt
Last Updated: Nov 02, 2016     Views: 19

An Annotated Bibliography is made up of three parts:

  1. Citation--this is in either APA or MLA format; you include one citation for each source you found in your research
  2. Summary--a short summary of what is included in your source, which may be composed of the reasoning behind their research, research methods, and conclusions reached
  3. Evaluation--a short evaluation of the source from your point of view; would you be able to use it for your paper? Why or why not?

To see more about annotated bibliographies, see our Citation Guide.

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