The Monash University website provides useful advice on how to cite blogs and podcasts. These suggestions are modelled from their advice: http://guides.lib.monash.edu/citing-referencing/apa-websites-social-media
Subtitle: To cite a blog post (using APA Style):
|Format||Author, A. A. (Year, Month Day). Title of post [description of form]. Retrieved from http://www.xxx|
|Example||Trembath, J-L. (2017, October 25). In Academia, All You Need is Love [Web blog post]. Retrieved from https://thefamiliarstrange.com/2017/10/25/in-academia-all-you-need-is-love/|
Subtitle: To cite a podcast episode (using APA Style):
Example of an interview episode:
|Format||Interviewer, A. A. (Year). Title of episode [description of form]. Name of podcast. Available at: http://www.xxx [Accessed Day Month. Year].|
|Example||Brown, J. (2017). Talking Medical Tribes: An Interview with Dr Tanisha Jowsey. [podcast] The Familiar Strange. Available at: http://www.thefamiliarstrange/podcasts/Talking-Medical-Tribes [Accessed 30 Nov. 2017].|
Example of a panel episode:
|Format||Panel Members (Year). Title of episode [description of form]. Name of podcast. Available at: http://www.xxx [Accessed Day Month. Year].|
|Example||Pollock, I., Trembath, J., Brown, J. and Theobald, S. (2017). Now you see me: Panel Episode. [podcast] The Familiar Strange. Available at: http://www.thefamiliarstrange/podcasts/Now-You-See-Me [Accessed 22 February. 2018].|
Subtitle: Intellectual Property Considerations
The Familiar Strange, including all text, audio and visual content on the website www.thefamiliarstrange.com is the property of the project’s founders: Ian Pollock, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald and Jodie-Lee Trembath.
The content of blog posts and other web content is the original work of the founders, unless clearly stated otherwise.
Photographs and images on this website will always be given attribution. If the photo has been reproduced from another source using a Creative Commons license, you are welcome to reproduce it under the same licensing conditions. If the photograph is an original and you wish to reproduce or adapt it for any other purpose, please contact email@example.com to seek permission and do not use the photograph or image until this permission has been granted by the photo’s creator.