An annotated bibliography means that there is a short paragraph (about 150 words) providing information about each source after its entry in the bibliography.
For each entry, provide a short paragraph that:
Ask your professor which citation style they prefer.
Although there is a basic structure to annotated bibliographies that most professors will follow, your professor may require something a little different. Be sure to follow your assignment instructions, as each professor may have expectations that are slightly different.
Also be sure to use your own words when writing your annotated bibliography; do not use quotations or copy and paste directly from your source.