Answered By: Janie Rager Last Updated: Nov 15, 2018 Views: 2
An annotated bibliography is a list of your sources that includes a paragraph that summarizes the content, assesses the value of it, and then reflects on how the sources fits into your research.
You may be asked to write an Evaluative Annotation. This would focus more on the evaluation of the work and what it puts forth on the topic in relation to other resources you have found.
Follow the link provided for further instruction on annotations, view samples, and an example annotated bibliography.