Referencing

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Lecture recording

Reference list

Lecturers name, Initial Year, 'Lecture title or Week of presentation', lecture / lecture recording, Subject code/name, University name, delivered / viewed Day Month Year, <http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>.
Belmonte, L 2018, 'Week 10 Giving an oral presentation', lecture recording, BUSN102 Ethical communication for business, Australian Catholic University,  delivered 27 September 2018, <https://leo.acu.edu.au/course/view.php?id=284472&section=10>.

In-text

.............(Belmonte 2018).
Belmonte (2018) explains that...

Notes

  • Use 'single quotes' rather than italics for the title of the lecture
  • If date of lecture is not available, use viewed viewed Day Month Year,
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and reference list format

PowerPoint slides

Reference list

Lecturers name, Initial Year, 'Title of document', type of material i.e. lecture notes/powerpoint slides, Subject code/name, University name, posted Day Month Year, <http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>.
Aouf, M 2018, 'Week 2 System requirements analysis', lecture slides, ISYS225 Systems analysis and design, Australian Catholic University, posted 6 August 2018, <https://leo.acu.edu.au/pluginfile.php/2982589/mod_resource/content/1/ISYS225%20Week%202.pdf>.

In-text

..................(Aouf 2018).
Auof (2018) claims that...

Notes

  • Use 'single quotes' rather than italics for the title of the document
  • If date of presentation or posted date is not available, use viewed Day Month Year,
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and reference list format