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Global Studies - Neighborhood Research: Annotated Bibliography

This guide is designed to help students in Global Studies with their Neighborhood Project. Visit Ms. Metzler in the LC or email her for help with your research!

Writing Annotations:

Each citation in your bibliography needs to be annotated. Annotations can be added to a citation in NoodleTools by selecting "Edit" from the "Options" dropdown menu to the right of the citation. Scroll down to the bottom of the citation form to find the "Annotation" box. Type your annotation directly into this box and it will be added to your final annotated bibliography. Remember to always click save!

What do I need to include in my annotations?

Annotations should be between 3-6 sentences long. An annotation should include at least one sentence that addresses each of the following:

  • Summarize: What did this source cover? If your source is an image, describe the image to your reader. When was the source made?
  • Analyze: Is this a useful source? What, specifically, makes in useful? How does this source compare to other sources you’ve found?
  • Reflect: How will you use this information? 



NoodleTools Refresher Video:

Citation Help:

Sample Annotated Bibliography: