Format: 

[1]F. Lastname, "Title of lecture," presented to Class, Institution, City, State, Country, Month Day, Year.

[2]F. Lastname, "Title of lecture," presented to Class, Institution, City, State, Country, Month Day, Year. Available: URL, Accessed on: Month Day, Year.

In-text: In-text citations are treated as if they were footnotes and are enclosed in square brackets [1].

Examples: 

[1]K. Horowicz and L. Nicosia, "ARTstor: More than just art," presented to MUSE 101-01 Intro. to Museum Studies, Rochester Inst. of Technol., NY, USA, Jan. 8, 2011.

[2]K. Horowicz and L. Nicosia, "ARTstor: More than just art," presented to MUSE 101-01 Intro. to Museum Studies, Rochester Inst. of Technol., NY, USA, Jan. 8, 2011. Available: https://mycourses.rit.edu, Accessed on: Dec. 12, 2017.

Notes: 

Class lecture notes are not usually retrievable by others outside of the class and should be used sparingly. Consider including an access date for online materials, especially if you do not know the date of publication; when the access date is used in place of the date of publication, place it immediately after the country of publication preceded by a comma (see p. 39, "Books, Monographs: Examples," 4).

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Source:
IEEE - Adapted from: Papers Presented at Conferences (p. 37); Papers Presented at Conferences (p. 39)