What is an annotated bibliography?
How can I format an annotated bibliography in SWS?
An annotated bibliography is a method to organize research and notes during the writing process. You can make one using any format, including Strayer Writing Standards (SWS).
First, build the source list.
Second, insert a short summary paragraph after each source list entry. The paragraph may include what the author shared, what you learned, and how the information relates to the writing assignment. It's a best practice to keep these paragraphs short. One rule of thumb is under 250 words. These paragraphs are also referred to as annotations.
Here's a sample source list entry and annotation.
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