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Making a Bibliography in APA Format Using EndNote: Created by Librarian Nancy Dennis
Citation - Reflects the information needed to locate a particular source.
Bibliography - Lists citations for all of the relevant resources.
Annotated Bibliography - Each citation is followed by a brief note that describes and/or evaluates the source.
In-text citation - Consists just enough information to correspond to a source's full citation in a works cited list. Requires a page number(s) showing exactly where relevant information was found in the original source.
APA - (American Psychological Association). Used in social science disciplines, like psychology and education.