What is an Annotated Bibliography?
A list of citations of sources to be used in a research paper. Each citation is followed by a brief annotation that provides a summary of the source, along with reasons why the source is both useful and reliable.
SAMPLE ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Please use the following to guide your annotated bibliography:
1. Six sources of information:
2. One paragraph annotation for each of the six sources providing the following information:
Footnotes vs. Bibliography Entries: You are expected to use citations in both the footnotes of your paper (after you cite a source) and in your bibliography page in the last page of your paper. Please refer to this doc to see how these two are cited differently
Using Footnote Citations: Refer to the following doc for Chicago Basics on citing footnotes. Please note the differences between citing footnotes as opposed to bibliography entries. You are expected to incorporate both citation styles.