Answered By: Theresa Bell
Last Updated: Dec 06, 2017     Views: 2522

If the handout was originally published in another public source (e.g., a web page (not Moodle), a book, or a journal), cite the handout using the formatting for the original source. If the handout is only available to those people who were in the class that day or via the author of the handout (e.g., your instructor, a guest speaker, or a classmate), please consider the resource to be personal communication and cite it accordingly.