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What is an Annotated Bibliography?
An Annotated Bibliography is a list of books and/or articles on a particular subject, or used in the research for a work; or a list of all the books by a particular writer that includes an evaluation of the listed work. An annotated bibliography helps you write a well-supported paper.
Citing a Book
The author’s name or a book with a single author's name appears in last name, first name format. Use this link for the basic form for a book citation.
Purdue Online Wrting Lab (OWL)
Citations, references, writing styles and formatting. Includes Purdue video examples.
The Writing Process
Information on the writing process from pre-writing to revision
Writing in Literature
Information on how to write about literature, fiction, and poetry. Includes definitions of common terms.
Tutorial: MLA 8th Edition Citation Style
Provides an overview of the MLA 8th Edition citation style, including both in-text citation format and works cited format.