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AMA Style Guide, 11th ed.

Classroom Materials


Author's surname First initial Middle initial. Title of Lecture. Presented at: Name of College; Month Day, Year; City, State/Province. Accessed Date. URL

Online lecture slide

Use reference example for conference proceeding

1Smith J. An introduction to health assessment. Presented at: Sheridan College; September 21 2020; Brampton, ON. Accessed October 7, 2020.

Print course pack

Use reference example for Book or eBook
2Ellsworth B. Basic communication skills: custom edition for Sheridan College. Learning Solutions; 2011.
Class discussion See Personal Communication example.

There's no direct example in the AMA Manual of Style, 11th edition for classroom materials.


Your professor may have different citing expectations than library staff. Always check at the beginning of term and before starting assignments that the citing rules you are using are appropriate for your class.