A bibliography lists the books, articles, blog posts, and websites you've cited in your paper.
An abstract or summary describes, generally without critiquing, a book or paper.
An annotation to an article analyzes, critiques and places the work in the larger context of scholarly communication.
An annotated bibliography evaluates the best, most interesting, most appropriate or most cutting edge works on a particular topic.
Report of the scholarly communication, article by article, book by book, around a particular topic or issue.