2 Why Annotated Bibliography? Annotated bibliographies are work cited pages that include short paragraphs for each source.In our case, we are describing why the source is reliable in this paragraphHowever in other situations you may be asked to summarize the text in one paragraph or explain how the resource will be used in a project or essay.
3 How to get startedYou’ll need one laptop computer with MS Word for each group.If you do not have a laptop or tablet on which to compose your rationale, you can use paper to draft.
4 Information Collection Gather all your bibliographical information. This includes author/artist names, article titles, website names, magazine or newspaper names, publisher names, dates updated, dates accessed, etc.
5 Managing your MLA Formatting Set your margins to 1 inch (2.54 cm) on all sides.Set your font size to 12 point Time or CambriSet your spacing to double.Remove any excess spacing between paragraphs.Set hanging indentations
6 MLA Work Cited Pages Are listed alphabetically Are aligned to the left Do not use bulletsDo not use numbers
11 Date Published – Journal from EBSCO? Normal font.Then a colonThen the page numbers if listed.N. pages if no page numbers listed.Name of journal where it was originally published.18 Sept 2014: Hobo Journal.
12 Date Published - Website? Is there one?Normal font.18 Sept 2014.Sept 2014.2014.N.D.