The basics of a reference list entry for class notes or an in-class presentation:
Author. Surname followed by initials.
Year (in round brackets). Provide an exact date of delivery if known, e.g. (2018, March 12)
Title (in italics). Provide the Unit code, Unit Name and Session details in the title (even if not explicitly in presentation title).
If the presentation has no title provide a brief description in [square brackets] with no italics, also containing Unit and Session details.
Description of medium [in square brackets], for e.g. [Course presentation] or [PowerPoint slides].
URL. For content on Canvas, provide the link to the Canvas log-in page.
The first line of each citation is left adjusted. Every subsequent line is indented 1.27cm.
Ooi, D. (2018, October 31). Session 3 presentation: AEB1804 Young People in a Global Community [Course presentation]. First Year College, Victoria University. https://login.vu..edu.au/cas/login?service=http://vucollaborate.vu.edu.au&forceAuthentification=form
Ooi, Daniel. (2018, October 31). Session 3 presentation: AEB1804 Young People in a Global Community [Course presentation]. First Year College, Victoria University. https://login.vu.edu.au/cas/login?service=http://vucollaborate.vu.edu.au&forceAuthentication=form
Use Title Case for the Unit Name, as it is a proper noun.
Class Notes: Print
Sonn, C. (2011). APM5003: Exploring methodology for psychological research [Class handout]. School of Social Sciences and Psychology, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.