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UCO 1200: Beyond Normal: Presentation Tips

Resources for Creating Presentations

Citing in Presentations

When creating a presentation, you need to cite the books, articles, and images you use.

For books and articles you've used, cite them in a reference list at the end of your presentation like this:

Final slide in a presentation that has a title of References and then lists the sources you used in the presentation. Alphabetical order in proper APA format. This list should look just like a reference page at the end of a research paper.

You should cite any sources you use in a reference list at the end of the presentation just like you would at the end of a research paper.

You should also cite any images you used in your presentation. Here is an example of how to cite an image:

Viswanathan, N. (2009). Dogs! [Photograph]. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/nehavish/4073675070

If you have any questions or would like help, contact a librarian!

Recorded Workshop

This 30 minute workshop discusses the proper way to utilize and cite images in presentations, flyers, etc.