UniSA College Foundation Studies: Annotated Bibliography


The annotated bibliography can be broken into 5 main parts:

    Bibliographic information    
    Main argument
    Main ideas
    Critical comments
    Quotes or paraphrases

What is an annotated bibliography?

An annotated bibliography is a summary of sources (eg. journal articles, books or chapters of books) with a short description which informs a reader what a particular text is about by summarising and evaluating the main points or ideas.

Visit the following for a brief overview and examples.

These are just general guides, remember to always check your course outline for assignment guidelines.