What are the elements of an annotated bibliography?
Answered By: Jen Church-Duran
Last Updated: Sep 12, 2015

Elements of an Annotation 

Information found in an annotation may include:

1. qualifications of author(s)

2. purpose/scope

3. audience and level of reading difficulty

4. bias or standpoint of author

5. relationship to other works in the field

6. findings, results, and conclusions (if available); and

7. format/special features (e.g., bibliography, glossary, index, survey instruments, testing devices, etc.).

 

 
   
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