Citation Management Tools can help you in keeping track of your sources, citing sources within your text, and creating a bibliography. EasyBib is a citaiton tool you can add to GoogleDocs simply by selecting it as an "Add-on." Another great tool is Zotero.
TIP: When using citation tools, you must check the citations with a relevant Style Guide because they do make mistakes, such as not formatting correctly or exporting the information incorrectly.
The citations for annotated bibliographies are formatted exactly the same as they are for the regular bibliography or works cited page. The only thing you need to add is an indented paragraph about each source. Here is the basic format for Turabian/Chicago style annotated bibliography:
Still unsure? Learn more about annotated bibliographies on Purdue OWL.
At the Debby Ellis Writing Center, any student can come in for (completely free) help with papers at any stage of the writing process. The DEWC is always open to students and faculty on all stages and aspects of writing and writing instruction.
"Plagiarism is the submission of another's work as one's own without acknowledgment in the written work."
-Southwestern University Student Handbook
In order to avoid plagiarism, you need to give credit to your source of information, whether it is a book, website, article in a journal, etc... For more information on plagiarism, see the InfoGuide listed below.