If you've been collecting your resources using Diigo, you can output a Diigo Report of your links -- where your annotations are in the Description field for each Diigo entry. Just copy the Diigo Report output into a Google Doc and share with your advisor.
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At the beginning of writing a research paper, your annotations are notes that show how useful you think the resources you've collected so far will be. Your audience is your teacher or Extended Essay supervisor, not the general public or an examiner.
Annotated bibliographies included in published works or as part of a formal assignment are much more polished.