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COM 3043 - Communication Research Methods: Annotated Bibliographies

This is a course guide for COM 3043. It provides students with information about library resources, citation styles, and other knowledge that will assist with research for this class.

Examples of Annotated Bibliographies

Annotated bibliographies differ from literature reviews, in that you must provide a full citation for an article, website, book, etc., along with a 150-word or so description of your chosen resource, critically evaluating its content and indicating its importance to your paper, research proposal, or study, etc.  The best way to do an annotated bibliography is to view examples.  Below are a few websites that outline the basics of annotated bibliographies.