Referencing sources from D2L 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, a short story, or other type of source?):
If you can't find the author(s), publication date/year, title of source, or other details for referencing and citing...ASK YOUR INSTRUCTOR for clarification.
For comments or other non-published information from your instruction, use this rule.
Cite IN-TEXT ONLY, no reference list entry is needed.
APA rules for in-text citation change depending on the.
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
For PowerPoint presentations, use these rules:
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.
1. With author:
Author(s)' names. (Date of publication). Title of presentation in italics [PowerPoint presentation]. Retrieved from d2l.bowvalleycollege.ca
2. With no author:
Title of presentation in italics [PowerPoint presentation]. (date of publication). Retrieved from d2l.bowvalleycollege.ca