1. The bibliography should include 3-4 annotations, and the sources should not be dictionaries or Wikipedia (see the research video about using Wikipedia responsibly but not relying upon it). Ideally the sources will be drawn from the library databases or Google Scholar and will be from peer-reviewed articles, but I will allow other sources (YouTube clips, newspaper articles, etc.) if they make sense for your project. 2. The format of the annotations is as follows: Use a hanging indent for the citation itself. You should format the bibliography like you would at the end of a research paper (in fact, if you do this, you'll already have part of your final works cited or references pages done). Under each citation, include 4-7 sentences about the source. Summarize it VERY briefly and say how it is that you'll use it in your final project. A good rule of thumb is 4-5 sentences of summary and then 1-2 sentences about how you will use it in the final project. Double space the citations unless your citation style says not to.