An annotated bibliography is a bibliography where references are given annotations or notes. There are generally four types of annotations -
Depending on your assignment you may be asked to reflect, summarise, critique, evaluate or analyse the source. You may be asked to find to search for a specific number of items to include in the annotated bibliography. These items are most commonly refereed or peer reviewed journal articles but can include book chapters, books, conference papers and other information sources. You may be asked to write an annotated bibliography as a stand alone assignment or as a component of a larger project.
Questions to consider
You need to consider carefully the texts that you select for your annotated bibliography. Keep the following questions in mind to help clarify your choices.
What are the essential or key texts on my topic? Am I finding them? Are the sources valuable or often referred to in other texts?
Which writing style should I use in the annotations?
Further Reading : University Of New South Wales Annotated Bibliography
Using EndNote to create an annotated list.
Step 1.Create an EndNote group for your annotated bibliography references.
Step 2.Creating your Annotated list in a word document.
Step 3. You can insert your annotations below each reference to create your annotated Bibliography.
Bay, U. (2013). Transition Town Initiatives Promoting Transformational Community Change In Tackling Peak Oil And Climate Change Challenges. Australian Social Work, 66(2), 171-186. doi:10.1080/0312407X.2013.78120
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Beaumont, E., Chester, P., & Rideout, H. (2017). Navigating Ethical Challenges in Social Media: Social Work Student and Practitioner Perspectives. Australian Social Work, 70(2), 221-228. doi:10.1080/0312407X.2016.1274416
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Beddoe, L. (2010). Social Work and Power. Australian Social Work, 63(3), 361-362. doi:10.1080/0312407X.2010.500650
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