Crash Course Reference or Citation

GamesGames Posts: 2
edited May 2016 in Crash Course
Does anybody know how I should cite or reference a crash course episode if I'm using information like a picture or text from one of their videos in a presentation?

For example,
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Crash Course Psychology has proven very helpful for my presentation on peer pressure and social influence, so any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
by Games

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  • MichkovMichkov Posts: 105 ✭✭
    You could do the same thing wikipedia does and put an uppercase letter next to the picture in question and have the corresponding footnotes at the final slide.

    Or just the final slide with all references and sources.

    For pictures like the linked, I'd say its quicker and easier to whip one up in Photoshop rather than go and screencap it from a youtube video though.
  • BriRose23BriRose23 MarylandPosts: 1,576 ✭✭✭
    if you need an apa, mla, or chicago citation, you can go to bibme.org and copy and paste the video url into their citation maker thing.

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  • AQuesadillaAQuesadilla Posts: 1
    I went to easybib.com and it was very helpful. Here's what it gave me:

    Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology: Crash Course A&P #1. Dir. Crashcourse Nick Jenkins. Perf. Hank Green. YouTube. YouTube, 06 Jan. 2015. Web. 06 June 2017. .

    Hope this helps!
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