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EN110 Zuppa: Annotated Bibliographies

Resources for EN110 Zuppa

What is an annotated bibliography?

An annotated bibliography is a list of citations with descriptive notes added. It lists the sources you used to research a topic and and the reasons why you picked the source. 

Here is some more information on annotated bibliographies, including examples, by the OWL at Purdue Online Writing Lab.

MLA Citation and Formatting

APA Citation Style and Formatting

Use the APA (American Psychological Association) formatting and citation style when creating papers and projects for psychology courses.

APA Citation and Formatting has recently updated to 7th edition. Many instructors are still using the 6th edition. Please verify with your instructor which edition they are using. A 6th and a 7th interactive tutorial are both available for your use.

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