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MLA Citation Guide (MLA 9th Edition): Class Materials (including lecture presentation slides & recordings)

Note: The following citation examples are Seneca Libraries recommendations

Class Materials

Instructor's presentation slides posted on Learn@Seneca (Blackboard)
Works Cited List Citation

"Title of Slides." Course Code: Name of Course, taught by Instructor's First Name Last Name. Learn@Seneca, Day Month Year Posted.


Example:

"Week 5: Rome and Rise of Empire." HUM100: The Development of Western Thought, taught by Sam James. Learn@Seneca, 31 Mar. 2021.

In-Text Citation

("Title of Slides" slide number)

Note: If the source has a long title, you may shorten it in your in-text citation by using the first word/phrase from the title.

 

Example: ("Week 5" slide 2)

Class documents created by instructor posted on Learn@Seneca (Blackboard)
Works Cited List Citation

"Title of Handout." Course Code: Name of Course, taught by Instructor's First Name Last Name. Learn@Seneca, Day Month Year Posted.


Example:

"Online Learning Tips." EDU101: Online Learning, taught by Jenny Lim. Learn@Seneca, 7 May 2021.

In-Text Citation

("Title of Handout")

Note: If the source has a long title, you may shorten it in your in-text citation by using the first word/phrase from the title.

 

Example: ("Online Learning Tips")

Lecture recordings posted on Learn@Seneca (Blackboard)
Works Cited List Citation

"Title of Lecture Recording." Course Code: Name of Course, taught by Instructor's First Name Last Name. Learn@Seneca, Day Month Year Posted.


Example:

"Week 1 Lecture." EDU101: Online Learning, taught by Jenny Lim. Learn@Seneca, 7 May 2021.

In-Text Citation

("Title of Lecture Recording")

Note: If the source has a long title, you may shorten it in your in-text citation by using the first word/phrase from the title.

 

Example: ("Week 1 Lecture")

Class guest speakers (Viewed live version of presentation)
Works Cited List Citation

Last Name of Speaker, First Name. Title of Presentation. Group Responsible for Organizing Presentation, Day Month Year of presentation. Class lecture.


Example:

Renault, Jonathan. Best Practices for Online Learning. Seneca College, 23 Sept. 2021. Class lecture.

In-Text Citation

(Last Name)

Example: (Renault)

Class guest speakers (Viewed recording of presentation from Learn@Seneca)
Works Cited List Citation

Last Name of Speaker, First Name. "Title of Presentation." Learn@Seneca, Day Month Year Posted.


Example:

Renault, Jonathan. "Best Practices for Online Learning." Learn@Seneca, 23 Sept. 2021.

In-Text Citation

(Last Name)

Example: (Renault)

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