Answered By: Liza Allen
Last Updated: 18 Dec 2017     Views: 11

An annotated bibliography is one where you write a concise description and evaluation of each source (book or magazine article)  that you have used for your assignment. Check with your teacher about how much to write. Normally it will only be a paragraph or two. You will find useful information about Annotated Bibliographies if you follow this link.

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