This video tells us about annotated bibliography, what it is and its elements. Annotated bibliography is basically an evaluation or an assessment of the article you have read. To make an annotated bibliography there are four steps. The first one is to provide the source, the author, where it comes from and the title. The second step is to summarize your reading. The third step is to show that you know what type of article it is, and that means that you have to assess your resource. The fourth step is to show that you know whether it is relevant enough. The annotated bibliography should not be more than 100-150 words. The font used should be 12 Times New Roman and double spaced.