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MLA Style

Your guide to citations and works cited in MLA Style (8th ed.)

Your Own Class Notes

Works Cited

Speaker's lastname, First name Initials. "Title of Lecture." Date, Title of Course, School in Centennial College, Location of Lecture. Lecture.

Jones, Jennifer R. "Taking a Patient's Health History." 16 Oct. 2016, Assessment of the Healthy Individual, School of Community & Health Studies, Centennial College. Lecture.

In-text Citation

(Instructor lastname).

(Jones).

Lecture Slides

Works Cited

Instructors lastname, First name Initials. "Title of PowerPoint Presentation." Date of presentation, Title of Course, School within Centennial College, Centennial College. PowerPoint Presentation.

Jones, Jennifer R. "Taking a Patient's Health History: Interview Skills for Nurses." 16 Oct. 2010, Assessment of the Healthy Individual, School of Community & Health Studies, Centennial College. PowerPoint Presentation.

In-text Citation

(Instructor's lastname slide #).

(Jones slide 6).

Class Handout

Reference

Instructor's Lastname, First name Initials. "Title of Handout." Title of Course, School in Centennial College, Centennial College, Date Handout Recieved. Class handout. 

Jones, Jennifer R. "Health History Template." Assessment of the Healthy Individual, School of Community & Health Studies, Centennial College, 16 Oct. 2010. Class handout. 

In-text Citation

(Instructor lastname).

(Jones, 2010).

About Class Material

Class notes, presentation slides and handouts are unusual formats for sources.

MLA 8th edition recommends that you include a descriptive term to identify the type of source for unusual or unexpected formats. This descriptive term appears at the end of the works cited entry.

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