Use Scholar OneSearch Library Catalogs option on OneSearch to find a sample annotated bibliography,
There are over 1,000 print and online examples! TIP: sort the results from RELEVANCE to DATE-NEWEST, you can see recent citation styles.
Another resource for annotated bibliographies is through Oxford Bibliographies
NOTE: If you search and can't find your topic, browse through the article list. For example, in the UK, they have "adolescent pregnancy" instead of "teen pregnancy"
You have a topic of interest---
victim compensation packages
treating autistic children with applied behavior analysis
Start by writing a question or statement that describes your topic. For example:
At the same time, collect some background information to set up the scope, or limits, of your thesis statement:
Oxford English Dictionary -- Did you know the phrase "restorative justice" was first used in 1834?
Start with one piece of your topic and use the "Search within results" to further refine results. NOTE: Applied behavior analysis as a search found over 900 articles--adding autism refined it to a more manageable 10.
Sometimes searches will mention names of organizations, think tanks, research centers or government agencies with additional information. For example--Council for Affordable Health Insurance ( Google search looks like "Council for Affordable Health Insurange") located a report on state laws, autism and health insurance or lead to State Insurance Mandates for Autism Spectrum Disorder
How do you handle Kindle Book citation in APA style?
and some workarounds
Specialized search tools to find issues and opinions include:
CQ Researcher full text collection covering major issues with an overview article, pros and cons, chronology (timeline of the issue), along with a bibliography-- helpful for the annotated bibliography requirement.
You have citation management options..
Some databases let you keep track within the database.
The Ebsco databases, for example, will let you create a myEbscoHost account that will let you keep your articles in folder or subfolders, save your search histories, and set up article alerts.
Academic Search Premier: