Writing an annotated bibliography is an effective way to evaluate and manage information. This tutorial uses CBE citation style, but the information applies to annotated bibliographies in any style, except for minor formatting differences. (Length: 2min 40sec)
This video tutorial describes the four elements of an annotated bibliography:
1) the credentials and affiliations of the author
2) an article summary
3) a comparison/analysis with other articles
4) an evaluation of the significance of the article to the research being done
Larry R. Sheret. “How to Write an Annotated Bibliography.” COPPUL Animated Tutorial Sharing Project (ANTS), University of Calgary Institutional Repository. May 4, 2012.