The annotated bibliography will summarize at least FIVE (15 for grads) carefully selected scholarly articles, clearly and succinctly outlining the gist of each article and highlighting key themes relevant to your project. Above all, you must make it clear that you have read and understood each article and can link them all together in some cohesive narrative.
An Annotated Bibliography is a list of citations to books, journal articles, and other works accompanied by descriptive and critical paragraph length summaries.
Recommended Components of an Annotation: (*Note: not all will apply)
For additional help and examples, see the UWF Libraries guide for writing an Annotated Bibliography