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HON 301: The University in Crisis: Annotated Bibliographies

Spring 2018

How to Write an Annotated Bibliography

An annotated bibliography is a list of citations, (a bibliography) in which each citation is followed by a brief summary and evaluation. The following examples will help you understand how to create your annotated bibliography.

APA Publication Manual and MLA Handbook

Reference Citation Software

EndNote helps you organize and cite your references  in virtually any citation style required by leading journals.
Free to UK faculty, staff and students through download.uky.edu.  Log in with your link blue ID.
Help from EndNote
EndNote Training  
EndNote Technical Support (Speak with someone or find answers online.)
Help from UK Libraries
Contact one of our EndNote Experts for more information:
Jason Keinsley  jkeinsley@uky.edu
Valerie Perry  vperry@uky.edu 
Carla Cantagallo carla@uky.edu

Jan Carver (EndNote Web)  jbcarv1@email.uky.edu

Mendeley is a free research management tool for desktop & web. Helps you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. Video Tutorials will show you how. 

Zotero is a free and easy-to-use research tool that helps you collect, organize, cite and share your research.
See Zotero's documentation and tutorials.