Lectures notes, lectures, talks and presentations

Lecture notes, lectures, talks and presentations

Attended in person

SPEAKER / AUTHOR SURNAME, First Name or Initials., Year. Title of lecture or presentation [lecture or presentation]. Title of event. Location of event, Day & month.

Example: WATSON, S., 2014. The Digital Crime Scene of the Future [lecture]. Digital Forensic Student Conference. Glasgow Caledonian University, 26 March.

Examples of in text citations:

As demand for digital forensic services increases there is pressure to work across specialisms (Watson, 2014).

Watson (2014) argues that as demand for digital forensic services increases there is growing pressure to work across specialisms. 

Viewed or participated online

CREATOR / AUTHOR SURNAME, First Name or Initials., Year. Title of lecture or presentation [lecture or presentation online]. Lecture or presentation day & month. [viewed date]. Available from: http://www...

Example: ROY, E., 2015. When we design for disability, we all benefit [lecture online]. 25 September. [viewed 23 Sept 2016]. Available from: https://www.ted.com/talks/elise_roy_when_we_design_for_disability_we_all_benefit

Examples of in text citations:

Disability friendly design benefits all users (Roy, 2015).

Roy (2015) argues that disability friendly design is beneficial for all users.