What Is Your Annotated Bibliography?
When you are writing academic papers from your term paper through to your PhD thesis you may be asked to include an annotated bibliography as one of your sections. A standard bibliography is just a list of the references that you have used within your work while an annotated bibliography requires you to make comment regarding those references. Depending on the style and your tutor’s requirements when writing an annotated bibliography those comments can be a brief summary that provides the reader with a short abstract regarding the work or it can be an assessment of the work detailing its strengths and weaknesses and how you may have used it within your research.
How to Write an Annotated Bibliography
When you write an annotated bibliography the best place to start is when you first begin your research. Writing annotated bibliographies is far easier if you start to record your references and your thoughts regarding those documents when you first read them while researching for your paper. Leaving writing it until the end of your dissertation or research paper will mean that you have to remember back to all of the various documents that you reviewed to write about them. When you consider that writing your annotated bibliography could stretch to several pages or in depth analysis this is a long and arduous task to leave to the very end.
How We Can Help with Writing an Annotated Bibliography
There are several ways we can help write an annotated bibliography, our skilled annotated bibliography writers and researchers can help you right from the outset of your research and look for relevant works for you in your initial research phases of your paper. They can use their access to relevant libraries and other information sources to uncover many relevant texts that you can use for your research and present that information to you as an annotated bibliography that you can then use to both guide your research and paper writing and to use as a base for your final document.
Editing Your Annotated Bibliography
If you have already managed to write your annotated bibliography but are not sure of your comments or the correct format to use then our highly skilled and qualified staff will be able to review your work and ensure that your work is concise, accurate and presented in exactly the right way for the format that is required of you.
Creating a Retrospective Annotated Bibliography
Despite the best of intentions some students fail to keep a good record of what sources they used when developing their research. We can help you by writing an annotated bibliography citing sources that are relevant to your research. Because the staff member that will assist you will hold a higher degree in your area of research they will know how to find relevant citations for your work.