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Annotated Bibliographies: Annotated Bibliography - Styles

Tips and resources about writing annotated bibliographies. This guide is aimed towards research about art and architecture.

Online Resources to Help Keep Track of Sources and Research

There are many online resources that can help you manage your research sources and process.

Here are a couple of examples:

EasyBib - Generate citations in MLA, APA & Chicago formats for your bibliography

Zotero - [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.

Learn more about using Zotero from the Citing Sources Pratt LibGuide!

Rutgers University Libraries also publish a useful LibGuide that lists many citation formatting and management tools.  Take a look at the Rutgers Bibliographic Citations LibGuide here:


If you are researching ART or ARCHITECTURE, the Chicago Manual of Style and the MLA Style are commonly used.

Confused about which style to use?

Check out this Citation Style Chart created by the Purdue OWL!

When in doubt, ask your professor which format is required.

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