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is NOT a Source….
And other tips for citing images from the web
If you’re using the image for an online project
(including Google sites & presentations), make
sure that it one that you c...
Choose only images that are free to use or share.
Do NOT ….
Right click on image and save it without finding the source
Right click on image and choose “save image URL”

DO...
Click on the “Information” button to be
sure that the image is labeled for reuse.

Yay! It is.
Author/Creator

Get all of the information you
need to cite the image properly.

Title of Image

Date of upload
If you’re using EasyBib to create your citations, choose
“Digital Image” to cite all images from sites that host user
uplo...
Toggle between EasyBib & your image site to make sure the
information is entered accurately.
If your image is from a
museum, library, or other collection…
Cite it in EasyBib as a Painting/Artwork or
Photograph, depending on the medium
Toggle between the image & EasyBib to
make sure the information is accurate.
Toggle between the image & EasyBib to
make sure the information is accurate
Toggle between the image & EasyBib to make
sure the information is accurate
Toggle between the image & EasyBib to
make sure the information is accurate
If you have any questions about locating
copyright friendly images, citation, or
anything else library related , please co...
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Google Images is NOT a Source and other tips for citing images from the web

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Learn how to correctly cite images from the Web using EasyBib templates and your search skills.

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Google Images is NOT a Source and other tips for citing images from the web

  1. 1. is NOT a Source…. And other tips for citing images from the web
  2. 2. If you’re using the image for an online project (including Google sites & presentations), make sure that it one that you can use freely. Click on the gear icon. Choose Advanced Search
  3. 3. Choose only images that are free to use or share.
  4. 4. Do NOT …. Right click on image and save it without finding the source Right click on image and choose “save image URL” DO click “visit page” to find source information.
  5. 5. Click on the “Information” button to be sure that the image is labeled for reuse. Yay! It is.
  6. 6. Author/Creator Get all of the information you need to cite the image properly. Title of Image Date of upload
  7. 7. If you’re using EasyBib to create your citations, choose “Digital Image” to cite all images from sites that host user uploaded images (Flickr, Picasa, Instagram, etc. ). Choose the “All 59 options” from the tabs on the top. Choose “Digital Image” from the list.
  8. 8. Toggle between EasyBib & your image site to make sure the information is entered accurately.
  9. 9. If your image is from a museum, library, or other collection…
  10. 10. Cite it in EasyBib as a Painting/Artwork or Photograph, depending on the medium
  11. 11. Toggle between the image & EasyBib to make sure the information is accurate.
  12. 12. Toggle between the image & EasyBib to make sure the information is accurate
  13. 13. Toggle between the image & EasyBib to make sure the information is accurate
  14. 14. Toggle between the image & EasyBib to make sure the information is accurate
  15. 15. If you have any questions about locating copyright friendly images, citation, or anything else library related , please contact us! During school hours, just click the Chat icon on the GBS LibGuides home page to access a GBS Librarian After hours, email us! kjacobson@glenbrook225.org

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