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Where to find information for an annotated bibliography
in the library catalog ("book record"): Check the book's subjects, summary, and publication date.
in books in print: Check the back of the title page for publication information; check the back of the cover or inside covers for blurbs; read the "Table of contents" and scan the index for keywords; also, read the introduction.
in ebooks: Check the book's "Table of contents"; scan the introduction, conclusion, and index.
in databases: Check the article's subjects, summary, and abstract; pay attention to the publication date and the source (e.g. scholarly journal or popular magazine?); read the article's introduction and conclusion.
on websites: Check the URL (.edu? .gov? .com?); look for the "About" section, update dates, names, and affiliations; what's the intent - sell, inform or entertain?