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Annotated Bibliography

A bibliography is a list of sources that a person has used to research a topic. Known as references, works cited, or works consulted, bibliographies typically include only the bibliographic information such as author, date and publisher.

An annotated bibliography is a list of references that includes a brief summary and critical analysis of the sources you've gathered- article, book, report, website, on a topic. Typically an annotation is 150-200 words and evaluates the relevancy, accuracy and quality of sources as well as summarizes and analyzes the content and conclusions.

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