Annotated bibliographies are lists of cited sources that include a brief summary. Annotations typically describe the main arguments of a source and include evaluative components to better demonstrate the usefulness and importance of each source for your research. Explore how different types of sources contribute to the scholarly conversation and understanding of a research problem, and strengthen your analytical and evaluative skills.
Define annotated bibliography
Identify types of annotations
Develop strategies to critically evaluate reference sources and their relevance for your research
Use the APA citation style (or another citation style) to effectively format your annotated bibliography
This workshop will be conducted via Zoom. After registration, you will receive the link and password via email 3 hours before the workshop. This session will be recorded.
Related LibGuide: APA Style 7th Edition: Citing Your Sources by Kelsey Vukic
- Tuesday, February 2, 2021
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
- Webinar or Video Conferencing