An annotated bibliography is a bibliography in which each citation is followed by an explanation.
This helps you develop an overview of a topic, and will familiarize you with enough articles to help you choose two for your critiques.
Your annotated bibliography must include:
Annotated bibliographies should include:
The annotated portion of the annotated bibliography is typically three to seven sentences long, BUT the length can depend on your professor and the assignment. With shorter annotations the key elements, themes, and a brief evaluation will be all that can be covered. Longer annotations will offer opportunities for more elements to be discussed. Consult your assignment for particular requirements; your professor may dictate a word count or length for each annotation.
adapted from Upstate Library's Guide - https://uscupstate.libguides.com