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How do you give proper credit? Just as for books and articles, the principle is that you note who is responsible, the title of the item, and where you found it. Images from web sites should also give the date accessed, since the web is a fluid environment. This can be indicated in a �caption� under the image. Sometimes you may have to supply the title. Sometimes you may not know the photographer.
The following would, typically, be included in a paper:
1. Caption – What is it an illustration of? Provide a title and if you have an "illustration credits page" then include a figure number, e.g. Figure 1.
2. Illustration Credits – Provide the Figure # and a brief source (e.g. author and page number). The source information must take you to one, and only one item in the bibliography.
3. Bibliography – List of sources, alphabetized by author, with complete bibliographic information.
Self-test question 7 : To use the image of the Stardust from the ASL webpage in a public web site, who must you contact for permission? ( http://www.library.unlv.edu/arch/graphics/index.html )
Self-test question 8 : For citations, what three elements are essential? (HINT: we’re not looking for caption, ill. credit, and bibliography)
AAD 202 Quiz: (print this MS Word document and complete the questions)
Technical tips and finding Images : Search for images in print and online sources.