Annotated bibliographies have 2 parts ; each source is alphabetically listed & evenly double spaced
1) The complete citation for the source in MLA format
2) A 2 sentence annotation or explanation of the value of this source: sentence #1 - what information it covered, and who or what organization created it; sentence #2 - what specific information did you learn/use from it for your project?
Sample: "Henry Moore." A + A. Courtauld Museum,
2013.Web. 6 Feb. 2014.
The A + A Website sponsored by the
Courtauld Museum features over 40,000
photographs of the works of Western
artists and links to related websites. I used
the images of Henry Moore's Marquettes
as well as a photograph of him working
on a sculpture in 1928 from this source
for my poster board.
Annotated Bibliography format in a "NUTSHELL":
* alphabetical list of citations followed by annotations
** doublespaced evenly
*** hanging indent applied from line2+
1) Create a New Project in Easybib
2) Add citation information:Use database "Citation tools" to copy & paste citations in to Easybib's "All 59 Options"->write/paste box, or locate citation information from websites and use "Manual Entry" to type the infor into website citation boxes
3) Write Annotation: Click "Edit" under citation and select "Add Annotation" at the bottom of the page. Type in your 2 sentence annotation.
Christiansen, Mark and Jose Fernandez. Michelangelo. New York: Cameo Abrams, 1996. Print.
This book includes a chapter on the life of Michelangelo, 60 full color prints of his works, and also has a full
chapter about the sculpture techniques he used most. The full-page color prints of Michelangelo's work
were of very high quality and I used the images of the Pieta and the sketches leading up to the
production of this masterpiece for my poster board project.
Malyon, John. "Michelangelo." Artcyclopedia. Artcyclopedia, 2012. Web. 25 Jan. 2013.
This website includes information on hundreds of famous artists and links to museums and galleries
that have pieces of their work in their collections. The Michelangelo page brought me to more than
15 additional websites where I found excellent photos of some of his lesser known scuptures that
I included on in my project.
Namamoto, Kiro. "Michelangelo." Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online. Oxford University Press.
2004. Web. 22 Jan. 2013.
This article covers Michelangelo's early history, elements of his unique style, and his influence on other
artists. Significant information about the Pieta, one of his most famous works, is included and
this was one of the pieces I featured my poster board.