Q. What is an annotated bibliography and where do I find examples?
An annotated bibliography is a very helpful resource that will assist you with cataloging the information that you find important from the studies you read. Here is an example of what information should be included in an annotated bibliography: Annotated Bibliography with Explanations
For information on how to create an annotated bibliography using RefWorks, please see the Library's FAQ on the topic.
For more information on places to find annotated bibliographies, please see the Library's FAQ on the topic.
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