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Referencing

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Lecture recording

Reference list

Lecturer, A. A. (year). Subject code, Title of lecture [Lecture recording]. https://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Mukasa, J. (2018). HLSC220, Mental health research ethics [Lecture recording]. https://canvas.acu.edu.au

In-text

(Mukasa, 2018) or Mukasa (2018) spoke of ….

Notes

  • Provide information that is important for identification or location of the resource in square brackets after the title.
  • Place a description of the course work resource in square brackets after the title e.g. [Powerpoint slides].
  • Copy and paste the url directly into your reference list to avoid transcription errors.
  • If the url is very long, a functioning, shortened link can be used.
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and reference list format.

PowerPoint slides

Reference list

Author, A. A. (year). Subject code, Title of slides [PowerPoint slides]. https://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Gurvich, J. (2018). EDFD140, Information processing as a model for explaining human learning [PowerPoint slides]. https://canvas.acu.edu.au

In-text

(Gurvich, 2018, slide 4) or Gurvich (2018)

Notes

  • Provide information that is important for identification or location of the resource in square brackets after the title.
  • Use the slide number in-text to refer to a quote.
  • Copy and paste the url directly into your reference list to avoid transcription errors.
  • If the url is very long, a functioning, shortened link can be used.
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and reference list format.

Module

Reference list

Author, A. A. (year). Subject code, Title of module [Module]. https://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Gunter, H., Corfee, F., & Coventry, A. (2015). Core module: Pharmacology 2 cardiac drugs [Module]. https://canvas.acu.edu.au

In-text

(Gunter et al., 2015) or (Gunter et al., 2015, p. 17) or Gunter et al. (2015) introduced …

Notes

  • Provide information that is important for identification or location of the resource in square brackets after the title.
  • Copy and paste the complete url to avoid transcription errors.
  • If the url is very long, a functioning, shortened link can be used.
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and reference list format.
  • When the author of the material in the module is unknown, move the title of the material to the author position of the reference.
  • Include page numbers (or paragraph numbers in the absence of page numbers) within in-text citations for direct quotes. When paraphrasing, page numbers are recommended but not required.