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Annotated Bibliography of Government Documents Related to the Threat of Terrorism and the Attacks of September 66, 7556 Example of an annotated bibliography arranged alphabetically by document title within broad subject areas, such as Weapons of Mass Destruction, Afghanistan, and Organizing the Government to Combat Terrorism.
The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, location, and quality of the sources cited. Please check with your teacher or professor first to see if an annotated bibliography/works cited page is needed for your paper.
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Avian Collision and Electrocution: An Annotated Bibliography Example of an alphabetically arranged annotated bibliography that also provides indexing for various subject, taxonomic, and geographic categories of information.
Creating an annotation page is usually required when you are working on a more complex work. For example, a simple essay will not require you to include annotations, but if you are writing a dissertation, research or course work on serious subjects like Medicine, History, Economics and other – you will have to include this page. Why? Annotation is intended to explain to the reader why chosen sources are relevant and important to your work.
Did you know that you can create annotated bibliographies using EasyBib citation tools? Go to any citation form and simply click the 8775 Add Annotation 8776 button at the bottom. A space will open up that allows you to add your own annotation for the citation.
Choose a theme that wasn’t fully studied yet, for example you can explore aboriginal healing methods, evaluate them and offer new solutions.
“It’s nice to feel that there is a place where you can head to whenever needed and have them do any kind of paper, including the bibliography. It helps me find time for other things.”
The annotation above both summarizes and assesses the book in the citation. The first paragraph provides a brief summary of the author's project in the book, covering the main points of the work. The second paragraph points out the project&rsquo s strengths and evaluates its methods and presentation. This particular annotation does not reflect on the source&rsquo s potential importance or usefulness for this person&rsquo s own research.
Language and Vocabulary: Use the vocabulary of the author, as much as possible, to convey the ideas and conclusions of the author. If you use a quotation excerpted from the work set it within quotation marks. Vary your sentence structure and try to avoid repetivitive vacuuous phrases in your annotations, such as, "The author states," "This article concerns," or "The purpose of this report is," as well as sentences starting with "It was suggested that," "It was found that," and "It was reported that."