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National History Day: Annotated Bibliography

Copyright

-from Finding, Analyzing, and Constructing History: A Research Guide for Students by Library of Congress and National History Day

Annotated Bibliography & Citation Definitions

-from Finding, Analyzing, and Constructing History: A Research Guide for Students by Library of Congress and National History Day

Tracking Sources

-from Finding, Analyzing, and Constructing History: A Research Guide for Students by Library of Congress and National History Day

What is Annotated Bibliography? (Overview) Video

What is Annotated Bibliography? (Citations) Video

What is Annotated Bibliography (Annotations) Video

What is an Appendix? Video

Step 1: Analyze the Source

-from Finding, Analyzing, and Constructing History: A Research Guide for Students by Library of Congress and National History Day

Step 2: Creating a Citation

-from Finding, Analyzing, and Constructing History: A Research Guide for Students by Library of Congress and National History Day

Step 3: Annotations

-from Finding, Analyzing, and Constructing History: A Research Guide for Students by Library of Congress and National History Day