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Annotated Bibliographies

Annotated Bibliographies

A bibliography is a list of the resources consulted in the research process - the sources can be journal articles, websites, books, or people interviewed. A citation for each source includes the author, title, and publication details of the source. Annotated bibliographies include annotations providing additional description and/or evaluation for each source.

The purpose of the annotation is to help the reader of the bibliography evaluate the relevance of each source in relation to the research topic.

Lisabeth Chabot

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Lis Chabot
303 Gannett Center
Subjects:IC Library

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