Inserting Citations when Using Slides
If you use slides as your document choice (instead of a Word document), the requirement for citing sources has not changed, but how they are cited will need to. Think of citations in this format as citations in footnotes - not that you will add a footnote, just that each "page" will have, at the bottom usually, your citation(s). If you want, you can still do a page at the end with all the citations. This is the typical format for a medicine or science related desk of slides.
Q: How should they look?
A: They will still have the format of either the autor/date or numbered style.
Q: If I used numbered style, can't I just put a number?
A: For some that may be okay, but it would be better to follow the standard format of including a reference on the slide where you place an image, use a quote, or paraphrase it.