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Harvard Citation Style: Lecture Notes

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Citing Lecture Notes

  • the title may be a descriptive rather than "formal" title.
  • if retrieved online, details of access date and location should be included.

Citing Lecture Notes: Examples

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Lecture Notes (Foster 2008) Foster, T 2004, Balance sheets, lecture notes distributed in Financial Accounting 101 at The University of Western Australia, Crawley on 2 November 2008.

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