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Dawn Stahura's Annotated Bibliographies Libguide

A Tribute to a Wonderful Colleague

A CRITICAL APPROACH TO ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHIES

A critical approach to your annotated bibliography is one in which you really think about and consider the authors of the resources you wish to cite. In particular, you are looking at the privilege associated with the author and how that shapes access to research and information.

WHAT IS AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY?

Learn how to write and organize annotated bibliographies. I know the video is almost 9 whole minutes but please, hang in there. It is worth the time!

HOW-TO GUIDES AND TEMPLATES

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Here is an example of an annotation:

ACT UP

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Need help evaluating your sources? Use the acronym, ACT UP, to determine whether or not a resource is right for you.