Q. How do you cite a Power Point Presentation from a website?
Thank you for the question about citing a PowerPoint presentation from a website, which is a bit different than citing a PowerPoint presentation from a class lecture.
Baker College has an APA Help guide that gives examples.
To cite a PowerPoint from a class:
- On the APA Help guide, click the tab that says References & In-text Citation Examples.
- Click the drop box under Other, choose Course Documents, Class Discussions, Lectures.
- Scroll down to the PowerPoint example.
To cite a PowerPoint from a website:
- From the APA Help guide, choose Websites.
- If the PowerPoint has an author, then choose the example with author.
- If the slides do not have an author, then choose organization as author.
- Example of organization as author: Society for Human Resource Management
Society for Human Resource Management. (2018, December 16). Title of the presentation in italics [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from website address.
And then if you quote a slide, it would look like this:
"Someone said something really interesting in this presentation." (Society for Human Resource Management, 2018, slide 21).
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