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Citing Images

How to create an image caption (guide and examples)

 

Example for an image from the web

Fig 1. Allee im Park vor Schloss Kammer. Gustav Klimt. 1912. Digitales Belvedere [online]. Vienna: Austria. [cited 10 Jan. 2013]. Available from World Wide Web: (http://digital.belvedere.at/emuseum/).


Source: ArtSTOR Help>Citing

 

Print Guides

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MLA handbook for writers of research papers
Call Number: LB2369 .G52 2009
ISBN: 1603290241

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Publication manual of the American Psychological Association
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE BF76.7 .P82 2010
Publication Date: WALSH REFERENCE BF76.7 .P82 2010

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The Chicago manual of style
Call Number: WALSH REFERENCE Z253 .U5 2010
Publication Date: 2010

Online Citation Helpers

  • Citation Machine
    On this site, click on a citation format in the left column you want to use. Then the site will help you format specific citations.
  • EndNote Web
    Compile bibiographies, works cited pages, and other reference pages on your own personal page. You can also convert citations into different formats after you have created them. Everything is stored on the website page. Just make a username and password
  • EndNote Web Guide
  • eTurabian
    This website is intended to assist you in properly citing resources according to Kate L. Turabian "A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations" 7th edition and MLA Manual 7th edition. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for these manuals.
    Keep in mind that your professor may have some specific requirements and the professor is always the final authority - between multitude of subjects and universities there are many traditions how to cite bibliographic mate
  • Evernote
    Save your ideas, things you like, things you hear, and things you see. Manage images you've found online.
  • KnightCite
    Makes it easy to format references in APA, MLA, or Turabian (Chicago) style
  • Noodle Tools
    Makes it easy to format references in APA or MLA style. Simply create a username and password.
  • Purdue Owl
    Includes examples of MLA and APA writing and citing.
  • TinEye
    Reverse image search. It finds out where an image came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or if there is a higher resolution version.
 

Kindle, iPad & such

Until the style manuals catch up with technology here's what we recommend. For online and other electronic books follow the guidelines for print books with the addition of information regarding the format. Some readers provide location information that you can use instead of page numbers.

APA Examples

Instead of publisher information include the DOI if available or the source of the book download.

Davenport, B. (2007). Myth and fact [Kindle DX version]. Retrieved from Amazon.com 

Davenport, B. (2007). Myth and fact [Adobe Digital Editions Version].   
   doi:10.1036/007142637x

APA Style

MLA Style (right-hand side under "other online sources")

Turabian Style (scroll down)

Formula for guessing the page number
You can also use the "search inside" feature provided by Amazon but dealing with page numbers is currently not practical with these applications.

For in-text citations add whatever location information is available such as chapter or location (if stable).

(Davenport, 2007, Chapter 2:1, locations, 59-63).

(Wallis, 2005, Chapter 5, Section 3, para. 7).

What are DOIs

Instead of long URL's, citation styles such as APA now use DOI's or Digital Object Identifiers. They provide a stable place to retrieve documents.

  • When a DOI number is available use this format in references: doi:XXXXXXX
  • Go to a document by adding the DOI number at the end of http://dx.doi.org/
 

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