Remember that the literature review refines your understanding of a topic based on a wide variety of sources, and helps you to define key questions in on-going public conversations.
To be successful you need to collect a larger number of sources, but they need to be more specific than the ones you found for the annotated bibliography. In seeing how a topic is generally discussed, you conducted exploratory research in Academic Search Complete and other Ebsco databases. The advanced search skills you learned will come in handy as you use even larger search tools.
Consider how your topic has narrowed, what aspect(s) of your topics do most of your current sources discuss, and what do you still want to learn more about.
Bonus: the library website can help you with citation! In addition to excellent research guides on citation managers and style guides, library databases can also export citations for sources you find. As a rule, you should always double check your citations for accuracy, but these tools can save a lot time and frustration as you begin learning about your topic.
Broad search tools such as the Library article search or Google Scholar search many databases at once. Since you are developing a more specific idea for your research and refining your broad concept, you may find these deliver more articles: