An annotated bibliography is a list of sources (books, journals, websites, etc.) one has used in topic research. An annotation for each source provides a summary and/or evaluation.
Want to know more? See The Purdue OWL. Also, study the documents and helps available on the Annotated Bibliography page of the Community Relations Research Guide. Finally, check out the “annotated bibliography” functionality in EasyBib and view the online tutorial. (Remember, EasyBib may not be available to off-campus students. If not, consider using oher tools listed on the How to Cite Sources: APA Research Guide).
Remember you should use "peer reviewed" academic journal articles to write your paper. If you are unsure about what an "academic journal" is, or what is meant by "peer reviewed," let me recommend that you view the "Scholarly vs. Popular" tutorial. Furthermore, you should have at least seven different research sources. Only one (1) of the seven (7) sources can be an Internet source and at least four (4) must be peer reviewed academic journal articles. Only one (1) of he seven (7) sources can be agency material. Use of magazines and popular literature is not permitted. The annotated bibliography should be submitted on Blackboard no later than the stated deadline (see Course Syllabus). This portion of the RWA is worth 25 points.