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EXP202: Expository Writing (Wright)

This guide has been created to provide you with the resources and tools for you succeed in your research endeavors in your Expository Writing course.

What is an Annotated Bibliography?

An annotated bibliography is a list of citations of sources (books, articles, websites, etc.) used in conducting research. Each citation is followed by a descriptive summary of the information in the source, an evaluation of the quality of that information, and an evaluation of the relevance to the research being conducted.

This helpful video from Kimbel Library will further explain an annotated bibliography and how to write one.

Writing an Annotated Bibliography Resources

Follow these two resources for in-depth explanations on how to write an annotated bibliography in both MLA and APA formats:

Where Can I Find Annotated Bibliography Examples?

Search the library's online catalog to find books in our collection that contain annotated bibliographies. 

Use keyword "annotated bibliography".

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