Use the proper APA citation for any materials that are posted to Canvas by your instructor.
For example, if your instructor posts a peer-reviewed article to Canvas, then use the format for citing a journal article.
If you need help creating the proper APA for Canvas materials, please contact a Lynn Librarian.
Author(s) Lastname, First initial. (Year, Month Day). Name of Powerpoint in italics [PowerPoint slides]. Canvas @Lynn. https://lynn.instructure.com/
Farazmand, F. (2020). Public sector [PowerPoint slides]. Canvas @Lynn. https://lynn.instructure.com/
In-text citation: (Farazmand, 2020)
Learn more on APA Style about how to cite PowerPoints available online from a non-Canvas source.
To cite a Cengage Group PowerPoint that does not list an author by name:
Cengage Group. (date). Title in italics and sentence case [PowerPoint slides]. http://www.cengage.com
Author(s) Lastname, First intial. (Year, Month Day). [Lecture notes on subject covered]. Department name, school name. URL of material
Example for Lynn Canvas material:
Norcio, R. (2021). [Lecture notes BUS 311 course outline]. College of Business and Management, Lynn University. https://lynn.instructure.com/
In-text citation: (Norcio, 2021)
Example from Outside Lynn Canvas:
Jerison, D. (2006, September 14). [Lecture notes on chain rule, and higher deriatives]. OpenCourseWare, MIT. https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-01-single-variable-calculus-fall-2006/lecture-notes/lec4.pdf
In-text citation: (Jerison, 2006)