On your bibliography is about and how it is relevant to your work.
An annotated bibliography contains two parts, a citation of the source and a short summary of the source. It may also include a statement from the individual using the source about why this source is relevant to his/her work. Typically your professor will determine the length and necessary content for annotations. As with a standard bibliography or works cited page, an annotated bibliography should list the citations in alphabetical order and the document should be double spaced. Use a hanging indent so that all lines after the first line of the citation are indented. This includes the entirety of the annotation; the author’s last name is the only text that should be left aligned.
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Creating APA Style Annotated Bibliographies –
Your annotated bibliographies will include:
1. the full APA reference for each article [5 in all],
2. a paragraph describing the article,
3. a paragraph outlining its strengths and weaknesses, and
4. a paragraph indicating how and where you will use the article in your program proposal.
The citation page needs to be separate from the three pages I ordered.