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MLA Style Guide: Lecture (recorded online)

This guide covers how in-text citations and references should be formatted in the MLA Style, 9th Edition.

Lecture (recorded online)

Reference: Presenter Last Name, First Name. Lecture. “Title of lecture.” Day Month Year, Name of Institution/Location, Link/URL. 

Example: Collins, Lucy. Lecture. “Reading the story of Ireland - Irish Literature in English (ENG20440).” 1 Jul. 2016, University College Dublin, https://youtu.be/NXWPGO4KJyM. 

In-Text-Citation:

  • (Author Last name Page no) 

Example:

  • The context of the module “Reading the story of Ireland” is outlined in this lecture (Collins)….

Note: To reference and cite an in-person  lecture, simply omit the Link/URL.

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