Citing and referencing: University lectures

A guide to the styles recommended by Monash schools and departments for students and researchers

University lectures

Online lectures

References to university lecture recordings and presentation slides follow similar patterns to other audiovisual material and presentations. Include any relevant information about the content such as the unit code after the title of the lecture.

Rule for Note

Note number. Lecturer’s Full Name, "Title of Lecture: Subtitle of Lecture," Unit Code: Title of Unit. (Lecture, University, Place, Date, Year). URL.

Example of Note entry

1. Leah Gerber, “Translation/Transnation: Lecture 3,” APG5555: Translation Studies. (Lecture, Monash University, Caulfield VIC, May 1, 2012).

2. Mark Smith, "Baroque Art: Week 4," AHT1111: Art History and Theory. (Lecture, Monash University, Caulfield VIC, July 15, 2021).

Subsequent Note entry

3. Gerber, “Translation/Transnation.”

Rule for Bibliography

Lecturer’s Surname, Lecturer’s Given Name. “Title of Lecture: Subtitle of Lecture.” Unit Code: Title of Unit. Lecture presented at University Name, Place, Date, Year. URL.

Example of Bibliography entry

Gerber, Leah. “Translation/Transnation: Lecture 3.” APG5555: Translation Studies. Lecture presented at Monash University, Caulfield VIC, May 1, 2012.

Smith, Mark. "Baroque Art: Week 4." AHT1111: Art History and Theory. Lecture presented at Monash University, Caulfield VIC, July 15, 2021.