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Harvard Referencing - SETU Libraries Waterford Guide: Lecture notes (including tutorial handouts, moodle etc.)

Lecture notes

It is not always necessary to reference lecture notes. Please check with your Lecturer as to whether or not they require you to reference course materials/handouts in your assignments.

Lecture notes (Moodle)

Element: Example, including punctuation
Author or Tutor Bloggs, J.
Year of publication (round brackets) (2017)
Title of item (in single quotation marks) 'Writing a research report',
Module code: module title (in italics) WD096: Communication skills,
Available at: URL Available at: http://
(Accessed: date). (Accessed:13 May 2017).
Reference List

Bloggs, J. (2017) 'Writing a research report', WD096: Communication skills, Available at: http:// (Accessed:13 May 2017).

Lecture notes (print handouts)

Element: Example, including punctuation
Tutor Bloggs, J.
Year of distribution (round brackets) (2016)
Title of  handout (single quotation marks) 'Academic Writing skills',
module code: module title (in italics) WD096: Communication skills,
Institution Waterford Institute of Technology.
Unpublished. Unpublished.
Reference List

 Bloggs, J. (2016) 'Academic Writing skills', WD096: Communication skills,Waterford Institute of Technology. Unpublished.


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