This page contains reference examples for classroom course pack material. Includes examples for original material in a classroom course pack, with author; and original material in a classroom course pack, no author.
This page contains reference examples for online courses. Includes examples for an online course or massive open online course (MOOC) and a lecture from an online course or MOOC.
Use the proper APA citation for any materials that are posted to Canvas by your instructor. For example, if your instructor posts a peer-reviewed article to Canvas, then use the format for citing a journal article.
Title of work [Description].
PowerPoint Slides from a Classroom Website (Canvas)
If the slides come from a classroom website, learning management system (e.g., Canvas), or company intranet and you are writing for an audience with access to that resource, provide the name of the site and its URL (use the login page URL for sites requiring login).
If the audience for which are you writing does not have access to the slides, cite them as aninterview.
Parenthetical citations: (Larson, 2010)
Narrative citations: Larson (2010)
PowerPoint Slides Available Online (Outside of Canvas)
Housand, B. (2016). Game on! Integrating games and simulations in the classroom [PowerPoint slides]. SlideShare. https://www.slideshare.net/brianhousand/game-on-iagc-2016/
When the slides are available online to anyone, provide the site name on which they are hosted in the source element of the reference, followed by the URL of the slides.