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APA Referencing - Education & Counselling students: Lecture notes/Tutorial material

This guide provides information on how to reference using the APA 6th and 7th edition publication style

Lecture notes/tutorial material

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Lecture notes/Tutorial material

Lecture notes or tutorial material should generally not be used as a source for assignments. If you cannot find any sources which make the same points as your lecture notes or tutorial material then as a final option you can reference them as below.

Online/Moodle (APA6)

Lecture notes or tutorial material (Online)

If you access lecture notes or tutorial material via Moodle you should reference them as you would an online article or document. If you know which lecturer wrote the lecture notes or tutorial material you can use them as the author. If you are unsure use Morling College as the group author. Include information about which lecture or tutorial the information came from.

In-text reference

According to Packer (2019) …

OR

... as it had been stated (Packer, 2019).


Reference list

Include retrieval dates as Moodle material may change over time.

Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of lecture/tutorial material. Retrieved Month, Day, Year from url of webpage

Packer, I. (2019). EDL501 Worldview assumptions in educational leadership tutorial two: “Worldview” in history and its contemporary prospects. Retrieved March 21, 2019 from https://www.morlingonline.edu.au/pluginfile.php/
61904/mod_resource/content/6/EDL501%20Tutorial%202%20_v1.pdf

Print (APA6)

Lecture notes or tutorial material (Print)

If you are given lecture notes or tutorial material in a class you should reference them as you would a book. If you know which lecturer wrote the lecture notes or tutorial material you can use them as the author. If you are unsure use Morling College as the group author. The publisher will be Morling College. Include information about which lecture or tutorial the information came from.

In-text reference

According to Morling College (2015) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Morling College, 2015).


Reference list

Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of lecture/tutorial material. Place of publication: Publisher. 

Morling College (2015). MCO633 Pastoral Counselling Lecture 7 handout. Macquarie Park: Author. 

Online/Moodle (APA7)

Lecture notes or tutorial material (Online)

If you access lecture notes or tutorial material via Moodle you should reference them as you would an online article or document. If you know which lecturer wrote the lecture notes or tutorial material you can use them as the author. If you are unsure use Morling College as the group author. Include information about which lecture or tutorial the information came from.

In-text reference

According to Packer (2019) …

OR

... as it had been stated (Packer, 2019).


Reference list

Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of lecture/tutorial material. Publisher. url 

Packer, I. (2019). EDL501 Worldview assumptions in educational leadership tutorial two: “Worldview” in history and its contemporary prospects. Morling College. https://www.morlingonline.edu.au/pluginfile.php/
61904/mod_resource/content/6/EDL501%20Tutorial%202%20_v1.pdf

 

 

Print (APA7)

Lecture notes or tutorial material (Print)

If you are given lecture notes or tutorial material in a class you should reference them as you would a book. If you know which lecturer wrote the lecture notes or tutorial material you can use them as the author. If you are unsure use Morling College as the group author. The publisher will be Morling College. Include information about which lecture or tutorial the information came from.

In-text reference

According to Morling College (2015) ...

OR

... as it had been identified (Morling College, 2015).


Reference list

Surname, Initial. (Year). Title of lecture/tutorial material. Publisher. 

Morling College (2015). MCO633 Pastoral Counselling Lecture 7 handout.  
© 2016 Morling College. Morling College is an affiliated institution with the Australian College of Theology (CRICOS Provider 02650E). Morling College is a recognised Teaching Institution of MCD University of Divinity (CRICOS Provider 01037A). Morling College Counselling (CRICOS Provider 03265F).