In this post, we are going to look at how to cite an online video using IEEE\u00a0referencing, a citation style developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. So if you are using this system and you need to cite a video found online, such as a YouTube video, check out our guide below.\r\nIn-Text Citations for an Online Video in IEEE Referencing\r\nTo cite a source in IEEE referencing, give a citation number in brackets:\r\nA virtual LAN allows you to create a subnetwork of LANs .\r\nSources should be cited in the order you first cite them in your work (so the first source you cite will be "1," the second "2," the third "3," etc.). These numbers will then point to an entry in the reference list. After you have cited a source once, you can then use the same number to cite it again later. The key is to use the number that matches the entry in the reference list each time.\r\nOnline Videos in an IEEE Reference List\r\nIf you have cited an online video, you will need to list the full details in the reference list at the end of your document. The format to use here is:\r\nVideo Owner\/Creator. Title of Video. (Release date). Accessed: Date. [Online Video]. Available: URL\r\nIn practice, the reference list entry for an online video would look like this:\r\n NexGenT. What Is a Vlan? (December 17, 2017). Accessed: March 17, 2019. [Online Video]. Available: http:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=IJjNsCVHc34\r\nMake sure the number in the reference list matches the one you used to cite the source in the main text. And don\u2019t forget to include a small hanging indent\u00a0for each line after the first in the entry.\r\n\r\nFinally, don't forget to contact Proofed to have your work checked! We can help you ensure that all references are clear and consistent.