Lecture notes and other print material provided by lecturers during a lecture, or as course notes
If the printed material is written by the lecturer cite it in the body of your text using a number in the usual way and include it in your list of references.
Example of format for your reference list:
Smith JB. Anatomy of the head and neck [unpublished lecture notes]. University of Western Australia; notes provided at lecture given 2017 May 11.
(In this example, the lecturer provided a lecture title on the notes)
Smith JB. [Unpublished lecture notes on anatomy of the head and neck]. University of Western Australia; notes provided at lecture 2017 May 11.
(In this example, the lecturer did not provide a title on the notes, so you have indicated the subject of the lecture)
Important Note: Always check with your assignment marker or unit coordinator if it is acceptable to reference this type of material.