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MLA Citation Guide (MLA 8th Edition): Class Notes & Presentations

Formatting

Note: For your Works Cited list, all citations should be double spaced and have a hanging indent.

A "hanging indent" means that each subsequent line after the first line of your citation should be indented by 0.5 inches.

Instructor's Presentation Slides (e.g. PowerPoint)

Instructor's Last Name, First Name. "Title of PowerPoint Presentation." Date of PowerPoint presentation, Title of Course, School within Seneca College, Seneca College. Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. 

Works Cited List Example

 Paulson, Marianne. "HUM 100: Week 5: Rome and Rise of Empire." 31 Mar. 2012. The Development of Western Thought, School of English and Liberal Studies, Seneca College. Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. 

In-Text Citation Example

 (Instructor's Last Name)

 Example: (Paulson, slide 5)

 Note: if you know the slide number, include it in your in-text citation. If not, leave it out.

Instructor's Notes or Handout Provided In Class

Instructor's Last Name, First Name. "Title of Handouts/Notes." Name of Course, School within Seneca College, Seneca College. Date notes were received. Course handout.

Works Cited List Example

 Kurtis, Mark. "Critical Analysis." College English, School of English and Liberal Studies, Seneca College. Received 5 May 2016. Course handout.

In-Text Citation Example

 (Instructor's Last Name)

 Example: (Kurtis)

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