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Annotated Bibliographies: Revising for quality

Learn how to find and organise the most relevant, most useful and most up-to-date sources for your topic

Making it better

8. CORRECT AND REWRITE CITATIONS AND COMMENTS

Read, edit and rewrite until it is excellent.

Double-check the instructions in your Subject Outline to make sure you know how this assignment is being assessed.

Review the formatting requirements (12pt. font, double spacing, etc.) and edit your document to suit.

Proofread closely to catch errors in grammar, punctuation and format.

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