Create your own personal database by importing references from online research databases, text files, and a variety of other sources. You can use these references in writing papers and automatically format the paper and the bibliography in seconds.
Keep these questions "on your radar". You may use this approach for evaluating any source of information.
How is the information that you have found relevant to your assignment?
Who is the author/creator of the work? It may be a person, publisher, or an educational or professional organization.
When was the information created? Is the publication date important to you?
What clues can you get about the accuracy of the source?
R: Reason for writing
Why was this information created?
Mandalios, J. (2013). RADAR: An approach for helping students evaluate Internet sources. Journal Of Information Science, 39, 470-478. doi:10.1177/0165551513478889
The library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill provides this quick guide to annotated bibilography writing on their website (link provided with permission of The Writing Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill).