Creating Credit Lines for Images
You are required to place a caption below the images you use in your documents. As well, your teacher may require you to cite images in your bibliography. Please ensure that the images you use are copyright friendly.
For presentation slides, each image should have a:
- Caption that describes the image
- Citation that provides the name of the photographer/artist/organization who created the image in parenthesis
- Link to the source of the original image if you are reusing the image in digital format
This image of Grouse Mountain was found on Wikimedia Commons via a Google image search using a labeled for reuse filter.
The photographer has licensed this images in the Creative Commons allowing anyone to share or remix the work provided they attribute the source to him.
For a research paper, each image should include:
Figure 1. Paragliding at Grouse Mountain. Kohara, Yoshio. Grouse Mountain. 31 July 2017. Wikimedia Commons, 9 Feb. 2017, commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Grouse_Mountain,_North_Vancouver,_BC,_Canada_-_panoramio.jpg. Accessed 17 Nov. 2017.