I would like someone to help me put my annotated bibliography in APA format.
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Your annotated bibliography should be sure to have your sources cited in APA format, followed by a brief description of the source. There are several links on the internet that can show you the correct APA format.
The general APA format is usually author's name, date of publication, article title, journal title, volume number, issue number, and page numbers.
If you check out the links below, it is broken down into each different type of source and the appropriate citation form (journal, webpage, etc) with examples. The following sources are very reliable (Cornell and OWL). Be careful to use reliable sources as APA has undergone a revision in recent years and some of the old sites may no longer be applicable.
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