Before using this guide check with your faculty, school or department for their specific referencing guidelines
Important Note: Not all lecturers approve the use of unit materials, such as lecture slides, in assignments. Check with your lecturer first to see if these resources are acceptable.
Lecture notes - available on Moodle
|Format||Author AA. Title of lecture [Format]. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication [cited YYYY Mon DD]. Available from: website address|
|Example||Cloe J. The normal distribution [Lecture notes on Internet]. Melbourne: Monash University, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences; 2012 [cited 2012 Jun 26]. Available from: http://moodle.vle.monash.edu.au|
|Format||Author AA. Title of article. Publication details including original pages. Reprinted in: Editor AA, editor. Title of course material. Place of publication: Publisher; Year of publication.|
|Example||Shaffer E, Brenner J. International trade agreements: hazards to health? International Journal of Health Services. 2004;34(3):467-481. Reprinted in: BTW3201 International Trade Law course materials 2011. Melbourne: Monash University; 2011.|
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