Annotated bibliographies are lists of resources that include an evaluative summary of each resource. They are usually written prior to writing a research paper that uses the annotated sources. More than just a summary of the article, annotated bibliographies give you a chance to critique the resources you're finding. They can also help you determine whether your research question is viable. Take a look at some of the resources on this page to help you write a strong annotated bibliography!
How do I write an annotated bibliography?
Annotated Bibliography Tutorial
This tutorial by Credo Instruct can also be found on the Information Literacy guide. After completing, you'll have a better understanding of how to present your research in an annotated bibliography format.
Other Annotated Bibliography Guides
Take a look at these guides for more detailed information!