Author, A. (Publication date). Title [Description]. Publisher.
For music albums, note the artist or group as the author. For classical works, mention the name of the composer as the author, the performer(s) in the description and the year in which the composition was published in brackets.
It is not necessary to mention music platforms such as Spotify or iTunes or devices like CD.
If the sound recordings is only available online, e.g. SoundCloud, also provide the name of the platform, the retrieval date and the URL.
Prokofiev, S. (2009). Peter and the wolf [Album recorded by Sting, C. Abbado, & Chamber Orchestra of Europe]. Deutsche Grammophon. (Original work published 1936)
Parenthetical citation: (Prokofiev, 1936/2009)
Narrative citation: Prokofiev (1936/2009)
Mozart, W. A. (1990). Introitus: Kyrie [Song recorded by F. Lott, F. Welser-Möst, R. Cooke, & London Philharmonic Orchestra]. On Requiem. Warner Classics. (Original work published 1791)
Parenthetical citation: (Mozart, 1791/1990)
Narrative citation: Mozart (1791/1990)
Host, H. (Host). (Publication date). Title podcast [Audio podcast]. Production Company. Retrieved Month day, year, from http(s)://xxxx
Shetty, J. (Host). (2019-present). On purpose [Audio podcast]. Simplecast. Retrieved April 11, 2022 from https://on-purpose-with-jay-shetty.simplecast.com/episodes
Parenthetical citation: (Shetty, 2019-present)
Narrative citation: Shetty (2019-present)
Tavernise, S. (Host). (2022, April 6). Why proving war crimes is difficult and rare [Audio podcast episode]. In The Daily. The New York Times. Retrieved April 11, 2022 from https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/06/podcasts/the-daily/ukraine-russia-bucha.html
Parenthetical citation: (Tavernise, 2022)
Narrative citation: Tavernise (2022)
Artist, A. (Year of creation). Title [Description]. Name museum, Location museum.
Vermeer, J. (1663). Woman reading a letter [Painting]. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Retrieved April 6, 2022 from https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/rijksstudio/artists/johannes-vermeer/objects#/SK-C-251,1
Parenthetical citation: (Vermeer, 1663)
Narrative citation: Vermeer (1663)
Author, A. (Year, Month day). Title [Description]. Name website. Retrieved Month day, year, from http(s)://xxxx
Herrmann, R. (2013, November 2). Ciha Fen tree [Photo]. Flickr. Retrieved April 22, 2015, from https://www.flickr.com/photos/yoorock/10790884613/
The CC license requires that in addition to the name of the creator, the link be included that refers to explanations of reuse. This link is displayed in the source citation:
Citation for a document on paper: Cover photo: Herrmann, 2013. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0
Citation for an electronic document: Cover photo: Herrmann, 2013. CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
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Author, A. (Publication date). Title map [Description]. Publisher.
Google. (n.d.). [Google Maps directions for driving from HAN University Arnhem to HAN University Nijmegen]. Retrieved November 28, 2022, from https://goo.gl/maps/oBSgKQgjX17YBjoD6
Parenthetical citation: (Google, n.d.)
Narrative citation: Google (n.d.)
Author, A. (Function). (Publication year or date). Title of work [Description]. Production Company.
Fleming, V. (Director). (1939). Gone with the wind [Film]. Selznick International Pictures; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Parenthetical citation: (Fleming, 1939)
Narrative citation: Fleming (1939)
Serling, R. (Executive Producer). (1959-1964). The twilight zone [TV series]. Cayuga Productions; CBS Productions.
Parenthetical citation: (Serling, 1959-1964)
Narrative citation: Serling (1959-1964)
Attias, D. (Director). (2008, January 27). Transitions (Season 5, Episode 4) [TV series episode]. In Simone, D., Colesberry, R. F., & Kostroff Noble, N. (Executive Producers), The wire. Blown Deadline Productions; HBO.
Parenthetical citation: (Attias, 2008)
Narrative citation: Attias (2008)
Harvard University. (2019, August 28). Soft robotic gripper for jellyfish [Video]. YouTube. Retrieved November 28, 2022, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guRoWTYfxMs
Parenthetical citation: (Harvard University, 2019)
Narrative citation: Harvard University (2019)