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What's an annotated bibliography?

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An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles and documents followed by a brief description/evaluation (about 150 words).  Annotations are used to inform the reader about the relevancy, accuracy and quality of the sources cited. For more information search Purdue Writing Lab in "How to Cite Your Sources" on the Mahoney Library Web Page.

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