Place of publication: Publisher, Date. If there isn't enough information to cite an image, locate a more credible image. Reminder: Citing an image means you are giving credit to the creator it's not your work. Try to find a permalink, since content can shift. When you mention the image in the text of your research paper, you typically must include a parenthetical citation that will direct readers back to the full citation in your reference list. Start with the title for a film or video.
Untitled photograph of Sydney Harbor. Daniels, Greg and Michael Schur, creators. A Google image search can bring you a variety of useful images for your essay, from maps and charts to photographic records of events. However, according to , you are allowed to use images for research and classroom purposes. Depending on your browser, you might then have an enlarged version of the image appear overlaid on the website. List the interview by the name of the interviewee. Adding in an Endnotes and Works Cited section makes it even easier to keep track of your sources.
For instance, if someone has a professional-looking graph about public opinions on the Iraq War in her blog, it is unlikely that she created it because she would have had to conduct the poll herself. Contact the maintainer of the site to ask where she obtained the image if you are unsure of its reliability or if you know the author could not be the original source of the image. If it were important, I would also copy direction and angle of view from a placemark Properties box. The Art Institute of Chicago. Once you are on that website, follow the directions above for finding information about an image on a website.
Check to see of the image has a title. Together, they cited information from. A Song or Album Music can be cited multiple ways. Include artist s name title of work italicized date of composition medium of the reproduction and complete publication information of the source including page figure or plate numbers. Locate the name of the webpage by looking at the banner at the top of the web page and write it down. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. Place of publication: Publisher, Date of image collection not of reproduction.
Include tracking information for a YouTube video. Locate either the copyright date or date last updated. Directed by Lana Wachowski and Lilly Wachowski, performances by Emile Hirsch, Nicholas Elia, Susan Sarandon, Ariel Winter, and John Goodman, Warner Brothers, 2008. Do not italicize this descriptive title or put it in quotes. A Painting, Sculpture, or Photograph Provide the artist's name, the title of the artwork in italics, and the date of composition. It is considered plagiarism if you don't.
Sydney Opera House — Vivid 2016. Also include the network name, call letters of the station followed by the date of broadcast and city. For titles, you can use a keyword — just make sure it's a keyword that will take your readers to the correct citation. Start with the title of the video in quotations. The image of the painting was accessed through ibiblio. If there is an owner or location for the art, list it next.
The key is to be clear, consistent, and to follow the rules. Example: Pretty In Pink, Roses in italics Include the medium or description of the work, for example, photograph, sculpture or drawing. If the site has no page number, do not provide one. Remember that for a second container, the title is listed first, before the contributors. Use the following format for all sources: Author.
The date that the source was electronically published. This is a section that will conclude your research paper. Include the last name followed by the first. Sydney Opera House — Vivid 2016. If the image is untitled, provide a brief description of the image in square brackets. For more examples and variations see the.
Publisher's name is usually at the bottom of the home webpage. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. This difficulty can be attributed to the fact that many students did not purchase a style manual or failed to ask their teacher or librarian for help p. If the image has no official title, create a short description of your own. Provide the date the image was published.