Referencing sources from D2L can be confusing and depends on the type of source and the information your instructor has provided. First, check the type of source (For example, is it an article, a PowerPoint presentation, a short story, or other type of source?):
If you can't find:
...ask you instructor for clarification.
For PowerPoint presentations, use these rules:
1. Check the PowerPoint slides for an author/creator, date and publisher. If the publisher of the PowerPoint slides is the same publisher as your textbook, cite and reference your textbook.
2. With author:
Author(s)' names. (Date of publication). Title of presentation in italics [PowerPoint presentation]. Retrieved from d2l.bowvalleycollege.ca
3. With no author:
Title of presentation in italics [PowerPoint presentation]. (date of publication). Retrieved from Retrieved from d2l.bowvalleycollege.ca
For comments or other non published information from your instruction, use this rule.
Cite IN-TEXT ONLY, no reference list entry is needed.
For Modules in D2L, use this rule:
Name of College, University or Department. (Date of publication). Course code: Title of module, page, or presentation in sentence case (capitalize first word only) [Format description]. Retrieved from d2l.bowvalleycollege.ca