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Annotated Bibliography: Home

This guide is to help create and develop an Annotated Bibliography

Welcome

Welcome to this Annotated Bibliography guide. Use the above tabs to help you navigate around the guide.

What is an annotated bibliography?

An annotated bibliography is:

a list of all the resources you've used in your assignment. They include:

1. Correct Reference

followed by the annotation

2. A brief summary of the piece of work

3. And an evaluation of the resource

(The annotation is normally about 150 words)

By using your research and critical thinking skills, you can demonstrate an understanding of the most relevant, most useful and most up-to-date sources for any topic.

 

what is an annotated bibliogrpahy?

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Where else to check for information?

Have a look at other guides from University of Dundee:

NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES - links to key databases, professional bodies 

LITERATURE SEARCHING - get hints and tips to help you find good information