Answered By: Sabine Dantus Last Updated: Feb 06, 2017 Views: 509
When citing in a PowerPoint (Keynote) you have to treat the PowerPoint (Keynote) presentation as a research paper. Consequently, if you included any of the sources below you will need to cite them as you would in a research paper:
- Direct quotations
- Paraphrased words and ideas
- Tables and data
- Video and audio files
Make sure to integrate the citations in each slide for example:
The silly rabbit is great (Post, 2015).
APA citations in the body of the presentation: only the author followed by a comma, the date of publication and a page number, if applicable. These will be throughout the presentation, as well as images to their sources (no need to cite clip art). The References slide is the final slide of your PowerPoint (Keynote) presentation. We recommend doing it first. Title the slide References. List the references alphabetically by author (if no author, integrate the title within the author listing).
To save space, do not double space or indent your references slide. ~