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LSBU Harvard Referencing: Lecture materials

Best Practice tips


It is important to check with your lecturer if referencing class notes is appropriate for your assignment.

Use these guidelines to reference any lecture notes or handouts.

Format of the reference

You will need:

  • Name of the author(s)
  • Year produced
  • Title of the lecture
  • Module and course name and number
  • Name of teaching establishment
  • Date of lecture

 

Format:

Author’s surname, Initials. (Year produced) Title of handout/lecture [description and name of course, module code]. Name of teaching establishment, Date of lecture.

Example:

Smith, J. (2020) Academic misconduct: plagiarism. [Handout to Referencing Workshop, LLR-001]. London South Bank University, 20 March.

In-text citation: (Smith, 2020)

 

Lecture notes on Moodle/the VLE

For lecturer’s note/handouts on Moodle, include the following at the end: Available from: https://vle.lsbu.ac.uk/ [Accessed day month year].

Example:

Smith, J. (2020) Academic misconduct: plagiarism. [Handout to Referencing Workshop, LLR-001]. London South Bank University, 20 March. Available from: https://vle.lsbu.ac.uk/ [Accessed 26 February 2021].

Reference for print lecture materials

Reference for lecture materials on the VLE

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