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Annotated Bibliography Format

Page history last edited by Alan Liu 8 years, 3 months ago

 

Warning: This is a format page.  Do not write your content into this page unless you have copied it into your own page or are invoking this as a "template" to start your own page.

 

Copy the following and paste into your own Annotate Bibliography page.  Or, when creating a new page, select the "Annotated Bibliography (Format Template)" for that page.

 

Copy between the dotted lines; then paste into your own bibliography page as a template (Note: Page naming convention: Bibliography by Your Name.  For example: "Bibliography by Alan Liu")

 

Annotated Bibliography Assignment

 

By [your name, linked to your bio], [name of your team, linked to your team project page] Team

 

 1. [Citation for item 1--e.g., book, essay, software, art work, etc.] (Use a citation style suited to your discipline or the project.  For MLA style, see MLA Handbook.)

 

[Annotation for item 1 here.  A 200-600 word objective description or abstract of the work, including quotations and links as necessary (aim for one double-spaced page as the average for each entry).  An assessment or reflection on the work may be added.  Descriptions should be tightly and carefully written.  (See definition and examples of annotated bibliographies.)]

 


2. [Citation for item]

 

[Annotation for item]

 


3. [Citation for item]

 

[Annotation for item]

 


4. [Citation for item]

 

[Annotation for item]

 


5. [Citation for item]

 

[Annotation for item]

 

 

 

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