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Harvard Referencing Guide: TED Talk

A TED Talk

TED Talk

A TED Talk

TED Talk

 

A reference for TED Talk generally requires the following elements:

 

  • Name of the speaker
  • Year video posted (in round brackets)
  • Title of the talk (in italics)
  • Date uploaded (if available)
  • Available at: URL
  • (Accessed: date)

 

Example

 

 

 

In-text citation

The earliest books which originated in ancient Rome, comprised handwritten pages that were sewn together and bound in two heavy wooden covers (Kidd, 2020). 

 

 

Full Reference for the Reference List

Kidd, C. (2020) Why books are here to stay. January.  Available at: https://www.ted.com/talks/chip_kidd_why_books_are_here_to_stay (Accessed: 9 July 2020).

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