For all items that were created and posted to Moodle by your instructor, use the following template:
Author, A.A. (Date). Title of work [Description]. Moodle. https://xxxxx
Video by Instructor
Handout created and posted by Instructor
In text citation: (Daniels et al., n.d.) ... (Marom, 2020) ... Pederson (2015) notes ...
Note: if quoting also include a locator if possible, for example a time stamp or slide number: (Daniels et al., n.d., slide 5) ... (Marom, 3:50)
If the material posted on Moodle is reproduced without any changes and its source is clear, cite that source directly. For example, if a journal article is posted, cite it like a regular journal article; do not explain in the reference that it was reproduced in Moodle.
For all other sources, follow the format found here and in Section 10.14 (Example 102) for classroom website sources:
That is, the general format will be as follows:
Author, A. (year). Title of work [And description of form, if needed] OR [Description of work in brackets if no title, even one written in by the instructor, is available]. Moodle. URL for sign-in page or a full URL if it will work for the instructor and other students
When reference information is missing, follow the guidance available here:
So, for example, if the author is not known, the title or description would move to the author position of the reference.