Online Conference Proceedings/Presentations
3.15.10 Online Conference Proceedings/Presentations
These are treated much the same as a “presented at” reference (see 3.13.8, Special Print Materials, Unpublished Material), with the addition of the URL and the accessed date.
1. Chu H, Rosenthal M. Search engines for the World Wide Web: a comparative study and evaluation methodology. Paper presented at: American Society for Information Science 1996 Annual Conference; October 19–24, 1996; Baltimore, MD. http://www.asis.org/annual-96/electronicproceedings/chu.html. Accessed February 26, 2004.
2. Collins F. Talk presented at: National Human Research Protections Advisory Committee; April 9, 2001; Bethesda, MD. http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/nhrpac/mtg04-01/0409mtg.txt. Accessed February 26, 2004.
The presentation in example 2 did not have a title; hence, the “title” field and the “presented at” field were combined.
3. Klausner R. Statement on fiscal year 2002 president’s budget request for the National Cancer Institute before the House Subcommittee on Labor-HHS-Education Appropriations. http://cancer.gov/legis/testimony/house2002.html. Accessed February 26, 2004.
An audio presentation would be cited as follows:
4. Hormone replacement therapy [Morning Edition audio]. National Public Radio. August 5, 2002. http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=1147833. Accessed March 4, 2004.