a) Recorded If the information has been recorded and is recoverable by readers (e.g., video, audio, interview transcript, book, article), cite it in the text and include a reference list entry in the correct format for that type of source.
b) Not Recorded – Interview Provide the person’s name and the Nation or specific First Nations group to which they belong, as well as their location or other details about them as relevant, followed by the words “pers. comm.” and the date of the communication.
c) Not Recorded – Personal Knowledge If you are a First Nations person and are sharing your own experiences or the previously unrecorded Traditional Knowledge or Oral Tradition of your people, describe yourself in the text (e.g., what Nation you belong to, where you live) to contextualize the origin of the information you are sharing. Do not use a personal communication citation or provide a reference list entry because you do not need to cite personal information.
a) (Author Surname Year)
b) (Correspondent Initial. Correspondent Surname, Nation/Country and/or Language Group, Location Year, pers. comm., Day Month).
c) No entry.
a) (Logan Libraries 2021)
b) (M.Waters, Gomeroi, Toowoomba 2020, pers. comm., 6 August)
Mel Waters (Gomeroi, Toowoomba 2020, pers. comm., 6 August) has shared her understanding of…
a) As per type of source.
b) No entry.
c) No entry.
Logan Libraries 2021, Aunty Flora Cook, online video, viewed 5 May 2021, <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7V4sthsfn0w>.