When you do a research, you probably use many sources of information, such as books, journals and articles, web-sites, scientific newspapers, interviews and so on. Sequentially, you need to list all these sources in your research paper in order to show that you have learned your subject area and are able to use relative information in your research process. The part of your paper where you describe the sources is the annotated bibliography, which also referred to as references or works cited. Every source in your annotated bibliography is presented with a quotation including its author (if you know his name), the title of the work cited and details in regard to the source publication. At the same time, an annotated bibliography goes together with the description or annotation (evaluation) of every information source, which you provide additionally. When dealing with this part of your resource, it would be helpful to use a good-written example.