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Some college and university courses may require you to write an annotated bibliography.
Annotated bibliography: in very brief
Here’s what you can do in 100 – 150 words
The full reference (Not included in word count)
Summary – What is it about?
- The author’s purpose, aim or question
- Main argument, central idea, findings or conclusions
- What sort of text is it? General or specific?
- Evaluation – What do I think about it?
- Particular strengths, from your point of view?
- Any weaknesses or limitations?
- Reflection – How might I use it?
Has the text helped you in understanding something better?
How useful is it?
Will you use it? How?
Williams, K. (2019). Annotated bibliography: in very brief. Retrieved from https://www.brookes.ac.uk/students/upgrade/study-skills/annotated-bibliography-in-brief/
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