A bibliography provides a collection of all the sources

A bibliography provides a collection of all the sources, for instance, books, journals, and websites among others that provide information about a particular topic. In some writing styles for example in American Psychological (APA) the bibliography is called reference. In the modern language association (MLA) writing style, it is referred to as the work cited. Irrespective of the style of writing some of the bibliographic information include the author, the title of the source, the year of publication and few other details. Annotation provides a summary and an evaluation of the sources. The Annotated bibliography is then the combination of all the reviews for sources used in searching information on the topic. The annotated bibliography provides a summary, and assessment of the information contained in the sources and a reflection on its potency for addressing an issue relevant to the research.