This course requires an annotated bibliography. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations, each of which is followed by a brief description and evaluation that explains the relevancy, accuracy and usefulness of the source.
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Examples of Annotated Bibliographies
Citations allow you to document where the information you've used in your research came from and to give other scholars proper credit for their work. If the information in your paper is not your original idea, and it is not common knowledge, you need to cite it. As you work on your research paper, keep track of all the sources you use. Citation management software, like Zotero, can help you collect and organize your citations. Keep an eye out for library workshops.
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