How do I cite a TED-Ed lesson?

Last updated: Jul 29, 2016 04:49PM EDT
To cite an individual TED-Ed lesson, use APA Style for video Weblog posts:
 
Educator. (Year, Month Date). Title [Video file]. Retrieved from URL
 
You can find the publish date for the lesson by clicking through to the video's YouTube page. For example, if you want to cite Jer Thorp’s lesson: Visualizing the world's Twitter data, visit the video’s YouTube watch page. Find the publication date, Feb 21, 2013, listed underneath the video on its YouTube page. Your citation should look like this:
 
Thorp, Jer. (2013, February 21). Visualizing the world's Twitter data [Video file]. Retrieved from http://ed.ted.com/lessons/mapping-the-world-with-twitter-jer-thorp

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