How to Reference in Turabian

Referencing Class Lectures

Occasionally you may want to reference your class lecture. The way to do this is as follows: 

  • Name of lecturer;
  • Title of lecture (in quotation marks);
  • Course code and name;
  • Name of College;
  • Location (if face to face class);
  • Date of class lecture;
  • URL (if online class recording).

i. First citation in the footnotes

Face to face class:

Grant Buchanan, "Humanity and Sin," THE101: Christian Worldview (class lecture, Alphacrucis College, Melbourne, VIC, March 14, 2020).

Moodle online class:

Grant Buchanan, "Humanity and Sin," THE101: Christian Worldview Moodle site at Alphacrucis College, March 14, 2020, https://echo360.org.au/media/d6fa0adf-122d-4db8-ba78-9592b7b7a5b5/public

Subsequent citation in the footnotes:

Buchanan, "Humanity and Sin."

ii. In the bibliography

Face to face class:

Buchanan, Grant. "Humanity and Sin." THE101: Christian Worldview. Class lecture at Alphacrucis College, Melbourne, VIC, March 14, 2020.

Moodle online class:

Buchanan, Grant. "Humanity and Sin." THE101: Christian Worldview. Moodle site at Alphacrucis College, March 14, 2020, https://echo360.org.au/media/d6fa0adf-122d-4db8-ba78-9592b7b7a5b5/public