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The following guides provide information and guidelines for creating annotated bibliographies. Most also include sample annotated bibliography entries in a variety of styles.
A Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) guide.
Provides an overview of annotated bibliographies as well as sample annotations in APA, Chicago and MLA styles.
How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
A Simon Fraser University Library guide.
Includes examples of annotated bibliographies in APA and MLA style.
How to Write Annotated Bibliographies
A Memorial University Libraries guide.
A brief guides that includes samples of informative/descriptive annotations and critical annotations.
What is an Annotated Bibliography?
A Saint Mary's University Library guide.
Discusses the purpose of an annotated bibliography, audience and length, and provides examples of descriptive and critical annotations.