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Harvard Style Guide: Lectures/ presentations

This guide explains how to use the Harvard Style. It includes a short tutorial.

Lectures or presentations

Reference: Author(s) Last name, Initial(s). (Year) 'Title of lecture/presentation' [Medium], Module Code: Module title. Institution. Day Month.

Example: De Burca, M. (2014) 'Geriatric radiography services in Ireland' [Lecture], RDGY30300: Clinical Practice of Radiography. University College Dublin. 11 May.

In-Text-Citation:

  • Author(s) Last name (Year)
  • (Authors(s) Last name, Year)

Example:

  • De Burca (2014) described the complicated system of radiographic services...
  • There is a complicated system of geriatric radiographic services in Ireland (De Burca, 2014).

 

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Lectures or presentations (Online/Recorded)

Reference: Author(s) Last name, Initial(s). (Year) 'Title of lecture/presentation' [Medium], Module Code: Module title. Institution/Venue. Day Month. Available at: URL (Accessed: Day Month Year).

Example: Dunphy, S. (2021) ‘History of Irish women in law’ [Recorded lecture], HIS2300: Modern Ireland. University College Dublin. 7 January. Available at: https://brightspace.ucd.ie/his2300/ (Accessed: 7 March 2021).

In-Text-Citation:

  • Author(s) Last name (Year)
  • (Authors(s) Last name, Year)

Example:

  • Dunphy (2021) outlines the impact of the absence of female law makers...
  • The absence of Irish female law makers has led to a system with a blindness to key aspects of daily life (Dunphy, 2021).

 

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