A list of books, articles and/or other publications on a subject with brief summaries or evaluations of their content.
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A bibliography containing citation information, and including commentary on each source.
a bibliography in which each entry in the list contains a citation as well as a brief description or evaluation of the item
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a collection of references on a topic, with each reference accompanied by a precis (summary) of the article, similar to an abstract, but usually more detailed
a comparative and critical discussion of books and articles that you have read
a descriptive and evaluative list of citations for books, articles, or other documents
a general bibliography on Chicanos with useful annotations
a list of all the sources you used in a paper
a list of annotations on a specific topic organized in a standardized format
a list of books and/or articles with a note of guidance added to each entry
a list of books, articles, online sources and audio-visual media on a particular topic
a list of books, journal articles, Library and provide extensive information on how to cite information sources but Heavily annotated with focus on advanced retrieval possibilities
a list of books with notes about their contents or usefulness
a list of citations accompanied by brief summaries of the information contained therein
a list of citations of relevant sources and their accompanying annotations
a list of citations to books, articles, and documents
a list of citations to books, articles, documents, web sites, etc
a list of cited sources about a particular topic, each followed by a brief paragraph that discusses aspects of the source
a list of materials with a brief description about the item
a list of publications accompanied by a short explanation of the value and purpose of each item
a list of research materials with a brief summary of their content, and, sometimes, remarks on their significance for a particular research project
a list of research sources, each of which is followed by a brief note or "annotation
a list of research sources, each one of which has a summary or review written by you
a list of sources (bibliographic references) that include notes (annotations) briefly describing each source and rating its value to your essay
a list of sources (books, magazine articles, etc
a list of sources, cited correctly in MLA form, followed by a brief summary and evaluation of each source
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a list of the sources that you used to help you in your project followed by an annotation
a list of the works (historical, critical, etc
a list of works you are using for your research
a list or collection of sources in which each item is summarised and commented on
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an organised list of sources, each of which is followed by a brief note or "annotation
an organized list of sources, each of which is
an organized list of sources (may be any variety of materials, books, documents, videos, articles, web sites, CD-ROMs, etc
an organized list of sources (references cited), such as books, journals, newspapers, magazines, Web Pages, etc
an organized list of sources with critical and explanatory notes provided for the reader
a short description of the contents of the article with the full reference citation of the article
An organized list of citations to books, articles, and documents, each of which is followed by a brief paragraph called the annotation. The annotation should summarize the content and focus of the book, article or web site and evaluate its method, conclusions, or reliability. See also Citing, Bibliography.
A bibliography (see Bibliography) that includes a brief description of each article or book listed. The description should help the reader evaluate the content and usefulness of each item.
A brief explanation (ranging from 2 or 3 sentences to 2 or 3 paraphraphs) accompanying a reference or citation describing the scope or content and critical analysis of a particular work.
a bibliography with critical and/or explanatory notes about each source.
A list of citations with accompanying notes that summarize and/or evaluate the subject matter or content of each work.
A list of works with descriptions and a brief summary or critical statement about each.
A bibliography in which each citation is followed by an annotation containing a brief descriptive and/or evaluative summary, synopsis, or abstract.
a list of books, articles, or other documents on a topic or by a particular author containing a citation of each item, as well as a brief description and/or a critical evaluation of it.
A special bibliography where entries include added information about the sources
The inclusion of additional comments in the works listed in the standard bibliography.
bibliography in which each entry is accompanied by an annotation.
A list of works on a particular topic, with each entry being accompanied by a note intended to explain, describe, or evaluate the publication.
A list of sources that gives the publication information and a short description — or annotation — for each source. In some bibliographies the annotation merely describes the content and scope of the source; in others the annotation also evaluates the source's quality and usefulness.
An Annotated Bibliography is a bibliography that gives a summary of the research that has been done. It is still an alphabetical list of research sources. In addition to bibliographic data, an annotated bibliography provides a brief summary or annotation.