Q. How do I cite video or audio of a recorded lecture from iLearn?

Answer

Chicago suggests citing any kind of lecture content using the example for a publicly attended lecture or presentation, the examples below are based upon that example and advice from other libraries on citing class lectures.

 

N    1. Professor’s Name, “Title of Video,” Course number and name (class lecture video, Marist College, 

Poughkeepsie, NY, Date of video), iLearn.

 

B    Last name, first name of professor. “Title of Video.” Course number and name (class lecture video, 

Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, Date of video), iLearn.

 

MLA suggests citing a class lecture as an oral presentation.

 

Example for citing a class lecture:

Professor’s Last Name, Professor’s First Name. First Year Seminar 101: Your Mind on Metaphors. 11 Mar. 2010, Marist College, Poughkeepsie. Class lecture.

*Note that you should include the title of the lecture in quotes if one is available.

 

APA does not have an example specifically for a video recording of a lecture.  We have created an example below based upon how to cite a YouTube video and how to cite a class PowerPoint.

 

Last name, first initials of professor. (Year, Month day of video). Title of video/Name of Course if no title provided [Video]. iLearn. https://ilearn.marist.edu/portal

 

If you need further help, contact a librarian.

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  • Last Updated Oct 01, 2020
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