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Chicago Footnote Referencing - Theology students: Lecture notes/tutorial material

This guide provides information on how to reference using the Chicago Footnote referencing style. PLEASE NOTE: counselling and education students should use APA referencing style

Lecture notes/tutorial material

Lecture notes or tutorial material should generally not be used as a source for assignments. Try and find another source which makes a similar point to your lecture notes or tutorial material instead of using it as a source.

If you cannot find any sources which make the same points as your lecture notes or tutorial material or if you specifically want to use something created by your lecturer then you can reference them as below.

How to reference lecture notes/tutorial material

Footnote

1st citation 

First Name Surname, "Lecture Title," (Type of Work, Location of Lecture, Month Day, Year).

Timothy MacBride, “Jesus’ Ethical Teaching,” (Lecture Notes, Morling College, May 20, 2014).

 

Subsequent citations

Surname, "Lecture Title."     

MacBride, “Jesus’ Ethical Teaching.”

 

Bibliography

Surname, First Name. "Lecture Title." Type of Work, Location of Lecture, Month Day, Year of Lecture.

MacBride, Timothy. “Jesus’ Ethical Teaching.” Lecture Notes, Morling College. May 20, 2014.

 

Footnote

NB: Moodle sites and other similar online resources are subject to continuous updates. It is recommended to include the access date and the URL.

1st citation 

First name Surname, “Lecture Title,” Course Code Moodle site at Morling College, Access Month Day Year, URL

Keith Mitchell, “Lesson 02 - Spiritual Formation,” PC301D/501D Moodle site at Morling College, March 27 2014, http://morlingcollege.trainingvc.com.au/course/view.php?id=134&section=3

 

Subsequent citations

Surname, “Lecture Title.”

Mitchell, “Lesson 2 – Spiritual Formation.”

 

Bibliography

Surname, First name. “Lecture Title.” Course Code Moodle site at Morling College. Access Month Day Year. URL

Mitchell, Keith. “Lesson 2 – Spiritual Formation.” PC301D/501D Moodle site at Morling College. March 27 2014. http://morlingcollege.trainingvc.com.au/course/view.php?id=134&section=3

 

Footnote

NB: Moodle sites and other similar online resources are subject to continuous updates. It is recommended to include the access date and the URL.

1st citation 

First name Surname, “Multimedia Title,” Course Code Moodle site at Morling College, Access Month Day Year, URL

Gayle Kent, “MBTI Introduction Video,” PC301D/501D Moodle site at Morling College, March 27 2014, http://morlingcollege.trainingvc.com.au/mod/page/view.php?id=51079

 

Subsequent citations

Surname, “Multimedia Title.”

Kent, “MBTI Introduction Video.”

 

Bibliography

Surname, First name. “Multimedia Title.” Course Code Moodle site at Morling College. Access Month Day Year. URL

Kent, Gayle. “MBTI Introduction Video.” PC301D/501D Moodle site at Morling College. March 27 2014. http://morlingcollege.trainingvc.com.au/mod/page/view.php?id=51079

 

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