A reference list consists of all sources cited in the text of a paper, listed alphabetically by author’s surname. A bibliography may include resources that were consulted but not cited in the text as well as an annotated description of each one. Bibliographies may be organized chronologically, or by subject, rather than alphabetically.
If you have been given an assignment that asks for a bibliography, consult your professor for more specifics about the required format.
(APA Style Blog, 2013)
6/9/2013 11:02:09 pm
Okay, now I am confused. What is an annotated bibliography? Is that the same thing as a plain bibliography?
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