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MLA Style 9th Edition: Other Sources

General Format

Lecture/Presentation:

Citation:

Instructor's Last Name, First Name. "Title of Lecture." Title of Course, Date of lecture, State College of Florida. Lecture.

 

Instructor PowerPoint Presentation from Canvas:

Citation:

Instructor's Last Name, First Name. Title of PowerPoint PresentationCanvas, uploaded by Instructor's Last Name, Date of PowerPoint presentation, https://scf.instructure.com/. Microsoft PowerPoint presentation. 

 

Religious Texts:

Citation:

Title. Editor statement, First Name Last Name of Editor, Publisher, Year of publication.

Example:

The New Jerusalem Bible. General editor, Henry Wansbrough, Doubleday, 1985.

 

Personal Communication:

Personal communication includes informal communication such as emails, interviews, and phone conversations. Below is an example for citing an interview.

Citation:

Last Name of Person Who Was Interviewed, First Name. Interview. By Interviewer First Name Last Name. Day Month Year of interview. 

Example:

Smith, Joe. Personal Interview. By Mary Johnson. 1 Feb. 2020.

Lecture

Citation:

(Instructor's Last Name)

 

Instructor PowerPoint Presentation from Canvas:

Citation:

(Instructor Last Name, slide #)

 

Religious Text:

Citation:

(Title Book Chapter Verse)

Example:

(New Jerusalem Bible John 11.35)

 

Personal Communication:

Citation:

(Last Name of person interviewed)

Example:

(Smith)