Lecture online - video, audio or text
BAD or AD?

Turabian 8th edition (©2013) is inconsistent in the treatment of 'Author-Date' references in online materials which most of the time are presented in a true 'Author-Date' (AD) format. However, some examples are printed as a 'Bibliography in Author-Date' (BAD) format instead (see Turabian for a BAD example).

Here we process it as the true AD format. In those rare instances you may need it in the BAD format, use Bibliography checkbox under 'Citation Format' to change it to a bibliography, and insert the result in the rest of your AD formatted references.

Be warned, the BAD format within the 'Author-Date' list may not look good. :)
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*Author           add more authors
    Enter the names the way you want them alphabetized. For example:
    First Name: Ludwig van
    Last Name: Beethoven
First Name:
Last Name:
Suffix, example:
Jr. or Sr. with no comma in front

Lecture Title
Headline style capitalization for English title in bibliography style. Sentence style capitalization for English title in reference list style.
Follow relevant language rules for non-English title.
No headline style capitalization ? 

Click to add Subtitle (optional) Subtitle (optional):
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Location where the lecture was given - name of school, library, etc.
or Alternate way - can be the sponsor or event: Alumni Weekend 2011
City and State - in a format like this: Cincinnati, OH
or Alternate way - the school name with location: University of Chicago
Date - in a format like this (no abbreviations): April 23, 2018
If multimedia - specify: audio or video.
Example: MP3 podcast, video, etc.
Online Info
Permalink, DOI or a complete web address of the web page (including http:// or https://):
Enter the accessed date in a format like this (no abbreviations):

Citation Format:
   Bibliography / Footnotes
   Reference List / Parenthetical


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