How do you cite a quote in a presentation?
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).
How do you cite a verbal quote?
Cite personal communications only in the text, give the initials as well as the surname of the communicator, and provide the exact date if possible (see APA, section 6.20, p. 179; APA Style Blog, “What Belongs in the Reference List?”).
Can you end a paragraph with a quote?
Never allow the quotation to do your work for you. Hence it is a good idea to avoid ending a paragraph with a quotation. But if your analysis is lengthy, you may want to break it into several paragraphs, beginning afresh after the quotation.
How do you put references in a presentation?
To be made up of:
- Author or tutor.
- Year of publication (in round brackets).
- Title of presentation (in single quotation marks).
- [PowerPoint presentation].
- Module code: module title (in italics).
- Available at: URL of VLE.
- (Accessed: date).
How do you paraphrase a quote?
How to paraphrase in five steps
- Read the passage several times to fully understand the meaning.
- Note down key concepts.
- Write your version of the text without looking at the original.
- Compare your paraphrased text with the original passage and make minor adjustments to phrases that remain too similar.
What is a verbal citation?
abbreviated verbal citations. Full verbal citations include all the information about the source thereby allowing the source to be easily found. Abbreviated verbal citations include less information about the source, but still includes the most important aspects of that specific source.