Citing images from the internetPresentation Transcript
Citing images from the internet
GO TOhttp://www.bib me.org
1. Choose Other
1. Choose Other 2. Choose Photograph
1. Choose Other 2. Choose Photograph 3. Fill in information from website.
Let’s practice finding image information.
If this is your image through Google Images, you will need to get more information. Sometimes there’s more information to the right.
Sometimes you have to clickbehind the picture to get more information.
You will need tosearch forinformation on thewebpage to createyour citation.
Right click picture to find title of picture. You can go to Save As or properties to find title.
If the title is a jumble of lettersand numbers, use the title of the article.
Click on “Other” and choose “Photograph”.
Complete with information from website.
Complete with information from website.When you save changes, the citation is saved here.
Works Cited Page ALPHABETICAL
Works Cited Page ALPHABETICALHANGINGINDENT
How tocreate ahangingindent.
Paste citations in to Word.
Select all text.
This menu pops up. Look for Special:
Select Hanging and press OK.
You should have a hanging indent!
In summary… Use Bibme for citing pictures. Create a Works Cited page to keep all your citations. Sometimes you have to DIG!
Works Cited"How to guide: Image citation." Academy of Art University Library: Tours and Tutorials. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Sept. 2012. <elmo.academyart.edu/reference-help/tours_and_tutorials/ AAU_Image_Citation_Guide.pdf>."Rihannas Juno success | The List." The List â€“ the guide to whats on in the UK. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Sept. 2012. <http://www.list.co.uk/article/7481-rihannas-juno-success/>.