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UWM Libraries Research and Course Guides: Annotated Bibliography: Introduction

An Annotated Bibliography starts with a traditional references list (a. k. a. "Works Cited" or "References" if accompanying a research paper).   Listed sources might include journal articles, books, primary sources such as photographs or personal interviews, reliable websites, government documents, or any other resource you might use as a basis of a college-level research paper or published document. The "annotated" aspect is your explanation of the content of each entry, highlighting it's value/contribution to your research topic.   (Do NOT merely copy the abstract or article summary from a research database or even the article itself.

Annotated Bibliography | Everyday Use by Alice Walker on

Farrell, Susan. “Fight vs. Flight: a re-evaluation of Dee in Alice Walker’s ‘Everyday Use’. ” Studies in Short Fiction 35. 2 (1998): 179+. Literature Resources from Gale. Web. 8 Feb. 2013. This essay describes the differences between Mama, Dee, and Maggie. Dee is a fearless girl and Mama remembers Dee as self-centered and demanding. Maggie is quiet and does not really say anything for herself. Mama has a secret admiration for Dee because of the other way people see her. ” Walker, Alice” Contemporary Authors Online. Detroit: Gale, 2012. Literature Resources from Gale.

Word: How to Create an Annotated Bibliography

Posted April 4, 2011 by Aaron St. Clair in Microsoft Word An annotated bibliography is often required in written assignments; however, many people are not familiar with the formatting required. In this screencast and tutorial, I demonstrate the steps required to create an annotated bibliography in proper MLA format using Microsoft Word.  Click here for updated version I have included a complete example of an Annotated Bibliography PDF Annotated Bibliography Example for your reference. Here is a screencast walking through the process. These directions will work for both 2007 and 2010 versions of Word.

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Summary: This handout provides information about annotated bibliographies in MLA, APA, and CMS. Contributors:Geoff Stacks, Erin Karper, Dana Bisignani, Allen BrizeeLast Edited: 2016-08-10 02:10:31 Elizabeth Thompson Professor Stacks English 102 20 August 2016 Stem Cell Research: An Annotated Bibliography Holland, Suzanne. The Human Embryonic Stem Cell Debate: Science, Ethics, and Public Policy. Boston: MIT P, 2001. This is the annotation of the above source, which is formatted according to MLA 2016 (8th ed. ) guidelines for the bibliographic information listed above.

How to Format an Annotated Bibliography in APA

By Kat WalcottAn annotated bibliography helps your instructor evaluate your sources. Begin each annotation with a proper APA citation of the source. For a journal article, include the author's last name and first name initial, publication year, article title in sentence case, journal title in title case and italics, volume number in italics, issue number in parentheses and page numbers. Double-space the citation and indent all lines after the first, for example: Keightley, K. (1996). “Turn it down!” She shrieked: Gender, domestic space, and high-fidelity, 1948-59.

Writing an Annotated Bibliography

Printable PDF Version Fair-Use Policy An annotated bibliography gives an account of the research that has been done on a given topic. Like any bibliography, an annotated bibliography is an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotated bibliography provides a concise summary of each source and some assessment of its value or relevance. Depending on your assignment, an annotated bibliography may be one stage in a larger research project, or it may be an independent project standing on its own. Selecting the sources: The quality and usefulness of your bibliography will depend on your selection of sources.

Domain-Specific Languages: An Annotated Bibliography - PDF

1Domain-Specific Languages: An Annotated Bibliography Arie van Deursen Paul Klint Joost Visser CWI, P. O. Box 94079, 1090 GB Amsterdam, The Netherlands {arie,paulk,jvisser}/ Abstract We survey the literature available on the topic of domain-specific languages as used for the construction and maintenance of software systems. We list a selection of 75 key publications in the area, and provide a summary for each of the papers. Moreover, we discuss terminology, risks and benefits, example domain-specific languages, design methodologies, and implementation techniques.

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