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How to …. Create an Annotated Works Cited. What is an Annotation?. A note providing additional information about the source Summarize – what are the main ideas? What topics are covered?

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How to

How to…

Create an Annotated Works Cited


What is an annotation

What is an Annotation?

  • A note providing additional information about the source

    • Summarize – what are the main ideas? What topics are covered?

    • Evaluate – does it pass or fail the CRAAP test? How? (if it doesn’t pass, DON’T use it in your final research!)

    • Link – how relevant is it to your research? Why are you using it?

  • 100 words, in paragraph form, immediately following the citation


Sample annotated works cited

Note: hanging indents, alphabetical order!

Sample Annotated Works Cited

"Jessie Owens." Bio. True Story. A+E Networks, n.d. Web. 6 Sept. 2012. <http://www.biography.com/people/jesse-owens-9431142>. In 100 words, make sure you describe the type and content of the source (e.g. this one is a web site and then you would describe what topics it covers), describe why it passes (or fails) the CRAAP test (remember – if it doesn’t pass, don’t use the source in your final research!), and then link it to your overall project (describe . Notice how this paragraph is immediately following the citation – it’s not in a separate paragraph.

"Owens, Jesse." UXL Encyclopedia of World Biography. Ed. Laura B. Tyle. Vol. 8. Detroit: UXL, 2003. 1435-1437. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 6 Sep. 2012. In 100 words, make sure you describe the type and content of the source (e.g. this one is an encyclopedia - and then detail what topics it covers), describe why it passes (or fails) the CRAAP test (remember – if it doesn’t pass, don’t use the source in your final research!), and then link it to your overall project (describe . Notice how this paragraph is immediately following the citation – it’s not in a separate paragraph.


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