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What is an annotated bibliography
1. A bibliography is a list of details of sources of information.
2. An annotation is a short piece of writing (e.g. a paragraph) where you describe and evaluate a source of information. You use your own words in the annotation.
Sources of help
Some IAs require you to provide an annotated bibliography as part of your work.
Purdue Owl has a good page of information
Studyweb has a good list of tips about constructing an annotated bibliography (scroll down to the bottom of their page for the list), together with a good example.