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Citing in Presentations. You should always give credit to your sources -- even in a PowerPoint presentation. The suggestions below are based on an adaptation of APA style. Check with your professor regarding specific citing style requirements for your course assignments .

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citing in presentations
Citing in Presentations

You should always give credit to your sources -- even in a PowerPoint presentation.

The suggestions below are based on an adaptation of APA style. Check with your professor regarding specific citing style requirements for your course assignments.

  • At a minimum, include a slide with the complete References at the end of the presentation.
  • Because audiences may ask about information on a specific slide, it is helpful to include a brief “Source line” on individual slides within the body of the presentation. This is similar to using in-text citations in a paper.
  • The sources listed on individual slides should match with the complete citations on the References page.
example research findings from secondary research
Example: Research Findingsfrom Secondary Research
  • The number of mobile applications for sports fans doubled in 2010.
  • Over six million sports fans viewed at least one sport on a mobile device last year.

Sources: Smith, 2011; Sports Business Research Network, 2010

example research findings from interviews
Example: Research Findingsfrom Interviews

Top three concerns of store managers:

  • Inventory control
  • Employee training
  • Promotional displays

Source: Butler University Interviews, 2011

example research findings from survey
Example: Research Findingsfrom Survey

Average price paid for hats

Ages 18 to 24 $20

Ages 25 to 34 $22

Source: Butler University Survey, 2011

example data table
Example: Data Table

If you have a chart or table with data from multiple sources, you should include an in-text cite for each in the Source line. For example, Table 1 includes data from the Passport database and also from a 2010 World Bank report.

Table 1: Corruption Perceptions Index

Sources: Euromonitor International, 2011; World Bank, 2010.

references
References

Butler University. (2011, October 21). Interviews with four ABC store managers. Indianapolis, IN.

Butler University. (2011, November 3). Survey of 20 adults. Indianapolis, IN.

EuromonitorInternational. (2011). Country statistics--corruption. Retrieved from Passport database.

Smith, J. (2011). Mobile apps for sports on the rise. Sporting Goods News, 18(1), 20-22. Retrieved from Business Source Complete database.

Sports Business Research Network. (2010). Sports fan market 2010. Retrieved from SBRNetdatabase.

World Bank. (2010). Doing business report—Egypt. Retrieved from http://www.doingbusiness.org/