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AIS 304: American Indian Law & Policy

This guide supports the Fall 2020 AIS 304 course taught by Professor Nicole Blalock

Resources for Formatting Your Annotated Bibliography

To the Chicago Manual of Style refer to

Citing Archival Materials in Chicago 

Purdue OWL (Links to an external site.) for guidance on annotated bibliographies) to understand how the source fits into your understanding of the topic.

Turabian Quick Guide from the University of Chicago Press

A Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations: Chicago Style for Students and Researchers, 8th edition by Kate Turabian et al.

Purdue OWL (Links to an external site.) for guidance on annotated bibliographies) to understand how the source fits into your understanding of the topic.

Pro-Tips

You annotation should:

  1. Provide a summary of the source.
  2. Explain why it's a good source.

As you search for and read through sources ask yourself the following questions:

  • What is the main point?
  • How do they support their claims?
  • How does it relate to your topic?
  • What did you learn?