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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Feb 15, 2018 Views: 3
An annotated bibliography (sometimes called an annotated bib) is a bibliography with notes, or annotations, below the citations for the complied resources.
The style and length of a bib often depends on the assignment you are creating it for. In MLA, you treat it like a works cited page where you list out the citations in alphabetical order and below each citation is your annotation. An annotation typically involves explaining why the source is a relevant choice for your bib.
See the associated links with this question for examples and more information on annotated bibs.