Part 3: Annotated Bibliography
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Why Write an Annotated Bibliography?
Annotated bibliographies are a bibliography (or a works cited or reference list) that contains annotations. These annotations do far more than summarize they text. They also allow the author to analyze and reflect on the text as it relates to his or her research topic. Annotations may include but are not limited to:
By writing an annotated bibliography, you are building a strong foundation of potential sources and an analysis of those sources that will serve as the basis of your own research and argument.