Answered By: Marty Patterson
Last Updated: Jun 12, 2020     Views: 13

Seinko: Can I insert the same in-text citation at the end of each bullet point in a power point if they come from a single source?
Marty Patterson: are you using MLA or APA?
Seinko: MLA
Marty Patterson: Yes, you may use the exactly in-text citation for each bullet point if the source is the same for each.
Seinko: All right thanks. And one more thing. if in a paragraph, 2 or more consecutive sentences are from the same source, how do i provide an in-text citation that lets the reader know that all those sentences are from 1 source?
Marty Patterson: You could include a portion of the title or the author's last name.
Seinko: at the end of the last sentence?
Marty Patterson: Yes.  It should not interrupt your text.
I found this:    https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/mla_style/mla_formatting_and_style_guide/mla_powerpoint_presentation.html
I advance to slide 12 to find in-text citation information.
Look at slide 15.  It shows how to use the authors name in the sentence.

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