When citing a paper that you wrote for a previous class, consider yourself as the author and your previous course work as an unpublished paper. Include [Unpublished manuscript] in brackets after the title.
Author, (year written). Title [Unpublished manuscript]. Institution.
O’Toole, T. (2019). An analysis of pre-WWII leaders [Unpublished manuscript]. Concordia University, St. Paul.
According to O’Toole (2019)...
...(O’Toole, 2019, p. 4).
Sources on Blackboard, such as recorded lectures and PowerPoints, are not available to people outside of your institution. If the audience of your paper is your professor and/or classmates who have access to the content, use the following examples.
If your audience is not enrolled in your course or part of your institution and therefore does not have access to the content, cite the content as a Personal Communication.
Author, A. A. (Year, Month Day). Title [Format]. Blackboard@CSP. https://csp.blackboard.com/
Neilson, J. (2022, September 1). What the library can do for you [PowerPoint Slides]. Blackboard@CSP. https://csp.blackboard.com/
According to Neilson (2022)...