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Annotated Bibliography Format

Page history last edited by Alan Liu 10 years, 9 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).  Descriptions should be tightly and carefully written.]

 


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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