Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: Dec 03, 2015     Views: 1943

An annotated bibliography is a list of sources such as articles and books cited according to a designated format such as APA or MLA, accompanied by a summary and evaluation of the source. You can learn more from some key websites on the Annotated Bibliography page of our Writing for College LibGuide (Link below), here is an example:

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  1. What format is this bibliography in? It isn't stated.
    by k on Feb 19, 2016.
  2. To clarify, the citation in the example happens to be in MLA format. As mentioned in the answer, one uses the designated format for the citation portion. Everything else in the the annotated bibliography will follow the same form for all citation styles.
    by Kathryn Park on Feb 20, 2016.

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