As a student, you have already undoubtedly (or will) faced a matter of bibliography.
It is quite impressive, but the vast majority of students tend to get confused (actually, they merely confuse themselves) when it comes to writing this type of summary.
For this particular reason, I decided to write this post in order to explain to you that there is nothing complicated about writing a bibliography.
In essence, a bibliography is a list of all of the sources that one have used (whether he decided to reference or not) in the process of studying his work.
As a general rule, a nicely-written list of the sources ought to include the following:
1. the names of the authors;
2. the works’ titles;
3. the names and exact locations of the organizations that issued a student’s copies of the sources;
4. the exact dates one’s copies were published.
5. the page numbers of one’s sources (only in case if they are part of multi-source volumes)
Alrighty, What Is an Annotated Bibliography?
In its turn, an annotated kind carries the same meaning as a bibliography with one crucial difference: in an annotated bibliography, the bibliographic info is usually followed by a summary of the content, good quality, and usefulness of the initial source.
What About “Works Cited” or “References” List?
Generally speaking, the works cited or references list is only comprised of references to those items actually cited in the paper.
Well, that’s basically all you need to know (not that complicated now, am I right?)
In all, I genuinely hope that this little post has given you a comprehensive understanding of this matter.
Stay tuned to learn more about other topics which will come in handy to every student.