Answered By: Rachel Willard Last Updated: Mar 07, 2017 Views: 93403
To cite your sources within a PowerPoint presentation, you can include your references or in-text citations on each slide. You can (a) provide the references verbally, (b) provide a reference list slide at the end of your presentation with corresponding in-text citations, or (c) combine these.
For any presentation, be sure your audience knows where the information, visuals, and other materials you use are from. Remember to double-check the assignment requirements and your instructor’s preferences.
- See How do I cite in APA? for more common reference list examples.
- View more information on how to create an APA style reference list that you can use both in your PowerPoint and in your paper.
- Need to cite someone else’s presentation? See How do I cite a PowerPoint presentation as a reference?
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