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How do I create an annotated bibliography in APA style?

The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association offers a style guide for creating a bibliography.  See our Style Manuals guide for more details or see the book (call # ref BF 76.7 .P83 2010).

APA does not specify a style for annotated bibliographies, so students should check with their professors for guidance on the content of the annotations.

This page last reviewed by Jenne Klotz on 11/27/2012.

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