How to Cite a Lecture in MLA

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Citing a Lecture

Lecture – An oral presentation intended to present information about a particular subject; can be a speech, reading, or address.


MLA Lecture Citation Structure:

Last, First M. “Presentation Title.” Event Name. Location, City. Date Month Year Presented. Lecture.

Note: The event title, city, and location are not always specified in the lecture, but the information can be found elsewhere (like event programs).

 

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MLA Lecture Citation Example:

Hamilton, Buffy J. “Illuminating Learning Communities Through School Libraries and Makerspaces: Creating, Constructing, Collaborating, Contributing.” Texas Library Association Conference. Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth. 29 Aug. 2011. Lecture.


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