Referencing

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Lecture

Works Cited

Surname, Firstname. "Title of Lecture." Title of Unit. Date of Lecture, Name of Institution.

Bryant, Mark. "Renaissance Literature." ENGL359. 28 March 2018, Australian Catholic University.

In-text

Bryant states that . . .

......(Bryant).

Notes

  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalized, except articles and prepositions
  • Even though MLA titles are usually in italics, p.70 of the MLA handbook indicates that italics are not used for conferences, seminars, workshops, and courses
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced, be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format

PowerPoint slides

Works Cited

Lecturer's Surname, Firstname. "Title of PowerPoint Presentation." Title of Unit. Day Month, Year, Name of Institution.

Cotton, Caroline. "Portrayals of Women 1." ENGL102 Australian Literature: An Introduction 13 March, 2018, Australian Catholic University.

In-text

Cotton states that . . .

. . . . .(Cotton)

Notes

  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalized, except articles and prepositions
  • The title is always in italics
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced, be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • If the slide number of the PowerPoint presentation is known, include in the In-Text citation (eg: Cotton, 5)
  • If the slide number of the PowerPoint presentation is not known, just use the lecturer's surname
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format

Class handouts

Works Cited

Lecturer's Surname, Firstname. "Title of Handout." Name of Unit, Name of Institution. Date handout was received.

Sheehan, Clint. "The Bushfire Curse: Climate & Environment." EDSS506: Humanities and Social Science Education, Australian Catholic University. 8 Oct, 2018.

In-text

Clint proposes that . . .

....... (Clint)

Notes

  • All words in the title and subtitle are capitalized, except articles and prepositions
  • MLA titles are usually in italics but the MLA Handbook indicates that italics are not used for conferences, seminars, workshops, and courses (p.70).
  • The Works Cited list must be double-spaced,be formatted to have a hanging indent, and have a centred heading
  • For multiple authors check the author layout table for in-text and Works Cited list format