Research Papers. Annotated bibliographies. Annotated Bibliography. AB is a catalog (list) of all the POSSIBLE sources you might use and a short SUMMARY of what the source says and how you might be able to use it in your paper.
Author’s last name, first name. Title of book (must be
underlined or italicized). City where publishing co. is located:
Name of publishing co., year book was published.
Here is where you would begin your annotation. Each source must have a one paragraph annotation accompanying the bibliography. In this paragraph, you will briefly summarize the contents of the source and how you plan on using it in your paper. Annotations are single spaced and indented on both sides and should be between 3 and 5 sentences long. Grammar and spelling must be correct or you will lose points.
Modern Language Association. 30 August 2001. 4 pages. Modern
Languages Association of America. 16 Dec. 2002.
This annotation should read exactly like the book annotation. Please notice, no matter where your bibliography entry for your internet source ends, you always place the web address on its own separate line.