What is an annotated bibliography?
An annotated bibliography includes a citation followed by a brief description or evaluation of the resource.
You can use bibliographic software tools like EndNote and RefWorks to create bibliographies.
The citation style you use in your bibliography depends on your subject. Your professor should let you know which citation style to use. The main bibliographic styles by subject are:
To learn more about using these styles see the The Bedford Handbook, 7th Edition: Research and Documentation Online page.
If you need more help, please feel free to Ask A Librarian for assistance.
Access to CU and Other Libraries
Alumni, Visitors, Spouses, Guests
Borrowing & Renewing
Building Information & Policies
CLIO & My Library Account
Computing, Laptops, Wireless
FAQ Search Tips
Library Information Office
Periodicals & Microforms
Printing in the Libraries
Special Agreements & Collections
Workshops & Research Help