How to reference a lecture in Works Cited

Lecturer’s last name and first initial. “Title of lecture.” Course code. Name of school/institution. Location of lecture, date.

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i.e. Gill,R. “Genocide”. CGC 1D0. Stephen Lewis Secondary School. Room 306. Monday Sept 24th, 2010.

How to reference a lecture as an Embedded Citation.

(Lecturer’s last name, date)

i.e. (Gill, Sept 24th 2010)

How to reference a class handout in your Works Cited

Last name, first name (if available), Title, pages

“Aboriginal Canadians and their relationship with the Canadian Government: A “Clash of Civilizations, p. 1-3

How to reference a class handout as an Embedded Citation

(Last name of author [if available] OR title of article, pg #)

i.e. (“Clash of Civilizations”, pg 2)

How to reference a textbook—with 2 authors– in your Works Cited

Alpha last name closest to A, first name, and first name of 2nd author and last name. Title of book in italics.

[indent] City of publication: Publishers name, year.

i.e. Cruxton, Bradley J. and W. Douglas Wilson. Spotlight Canada. 4th Edition.

Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2000.

How to reference a textbook—with 2 authors—in your Embedded citation:

(Last name alpha closest to A and second last name, pg #)

i.e. (Cruxton and Wilson, pg. 43)

How to reference a booklet, or book with single author in your Works Cited

Last name, first name. Title of book in italics.

[indent] City of publication: Publishers name, year

i.e. Meyer-Fine, Rose. The immigrant experience.

(Oakville: Rubicon, 2003)

How to reference a booklet or book—with 1 author—in your Embedded Citation

(last name, pg #)

i.e. (Meyer-Fine, pg. 7)

How to reference a website in your Works Cited

Last name of author, first name (if stated). Name or title of site, url address, date accessed or viewed

i.e. No author, “Residential School Disaster/Tragedies”  http://archives.cbc.ca/IDC-1-70-692-4007/disasters_tragedies/residential_schools/clip5, September 24th 2007.

How to reference a website in your Embedded Citation

(Title of site, date accessed)

i.e. (“Residential School Disaster/Tragedies”, September 24th, 2007)

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