Answered By: Laurissa Gann
Last Updated: Sep 25, 2015     Views: 104

Your citations in PowerPoint will look similar to citations you would include if you were writing a paper.  You'll need to cite your sources both in the "text" of your presentation as well as in a "references" slide at the end.

Every time you quote or paraphrase (or use an image) from a source in your presentation, you'll need an "in text" citation. This will include all the same things an in text citation includes in a paper: Author's last name, year, and page number (this could be below the quote or at the bottom of the slide).

These in text citations will correspond to a citation you'll include in the references at the end of your presentation. This references slide will look similar to the references page for a paper.

More information available regarding use of copyrighted images and figures.


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