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Creating an Annotated Bibliography in MLA Style

Resources to help you write an Annotated Bibliography in MLA Style.

Using NoodleTools to Create an Annotated Bibliography

NoodleTools allows you to store annotations with citations inside your account.

Annotations are the final step after you insert information for your source's citation.

Choose the option to "Save and add annotation" to write your summary and assessment of the source.

The "Save and add annotation" button is shown in the following image:

box for including a source in the final references list is checked with a note to save and add annotation if composing an annotated bibliography

For additional information, view our full NoodleTools tutorial (you must sign in to your university Google account to access):

Video tutorials are also available on our NoodleTools guide.

Software Tutorials

Here are a few tutorials to help you with your document formatting: