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What is an annotated bibliography?
An annotated bibliography is a list of sources that you are considering using in your project, along with a small paragraph below each source including the following:
- Brief summary of the content of the source
- Assessment of the source- why is this a credible source to use?
- Why this source will/could be useful for your essay
To learn more about what constitutes an annotated bibliography, check out the Purdue Owl guide.