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Annotated Bibliographies and Literature Reviews

What is an annotated bibliography?

Annotated bibliographies are often part of the research process and can be part of the conversation of scholarship. It is a way to analyze research while learning more about a topic. Annotated bibliographies generally contain a formatted citation followed by a brief description, but use your instructor's exact instructions on what they would like. 

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