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Example reference formats for different source types

Lecturer’s/ tutor’s notes examples

It is not generally seen as good practice to cite from your tutor’s notes or slides and you should follow up on any citations/references given by the tutor instead. However, if it is necessary to cite your tutor’s notes or slides, follow the examples below.

Format: in text citation  
The human impact upon woodlands has been investigated widely in the last 10 years (Surname, Year).

Format: Reference  
Lecturer surname, initials. (Year) Title of lecture. Module. Module code. Place. Day Month.

Example: in text citation  
The human impact upon woodlands has been investigated widely in the last 10 years (Littlemore, 2013).

Example: Reference  
Littlemore, J. (2013) Ecological impacts of human disturbance in ecosystems. Land resource management. LEM4455. University of Northampton. 11th March.