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Citation Tools: UD Moodle & Class Materials

Lecture Notes from Moodle (APA)

Lecture Notes from Moodle (APA)

*note: each line after the first line should be indented

Author, A. A. (publication date). Title of Lecture [Lecture notes]. Retrieved from http://www.xxxxxxx

Example:

Goodall, J. (n.d.). Chimpanzees of Gombe National Park [Lecture notes]. Retrieved from http://www.udonline.dbq.edu/class
es/primatology/Goodall/index.html

Personal Communications (APA)

Personal Communications (APA)

Personal communications include personal interviews, informal in-class speakers, class lectures, phone conversations, private letters, emails, and the like. Because they don't provide recoverable data they aren't included in the reference list. Cite personal communications in text only.

A. A. Author (personal communication, Month day, year)

(A. A. Author, personal communication, Month day, year)

Example:

S. A. Johnson (personal communication, March 8, 2018)

(S. A. Johnson, personal communication, March 8, 2018)

 

Powerpoint Presentation from Moodle (APA)

Powerpoint Presentation from Moodle (APA)

*note: each line after the first line should be indented

Author, A. A. (publication date). Title of powerpoint [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from http://xxxxxxx

Example:

Sinclair, J. (2016). Gossypiboma [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from http://udonline.dbq.edu/courseview/week2slides

Class Handouts (APA)

Class Handouts (APA)

*note: each line after the first line should be indented

Author, A. A. (publication date). Title of handout [Class handout]. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Example:

Johnson, A. D. (2013). Hematomas [Class handout]. Alberta, Canada: Department of Medicine, University of Alberta.

Handouts available on Moodle:

Author, A. A. (publication date). Title of handout [Class handout]. Retrieved from http://xxxxxxx