Annotated bibliographies help you organize your sources once you have read through them, and determined it they will work for your paper or not.
A good annotated bibliography:
Now is the tricky part. You need to assess and reflect upon the resource. This will be the longest part of your annotation. Focus on answering some of these questions in your annotation:
FYI: An annotated bibliography is NOT a copy of the ABSTRACT but it can be seen as your REVIEW of THE LITERATURE.
Be sure to read the entire article and come away with a concise summary of it, rather than just repeating what the abstract says. If you only use the abstract of the article, you will lose points.