Answered By: Paul Lai
Last Updated: Aug 09, 2015     Views: 4882

If you use lecture or course notes as a source of information, you will need to refer to them in your in-text citations just as you would any other source. 

  • Author: Materials without a specified individual author should use Walden University as the author.

  • Year: If no other date is listed on the materials, use the year you began the course (which is the last time the course was published).

  • Example: Walden University. (2020). Health effects of exposure to forest fires [Lecture notes]. Walden University Blackboard.


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