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Referencing Style Guide: Image via Web/Database/own image

Image via Web/Database - Reference List

Illustrator/photographer. (Year). Title of image [Image]. Retrieval details.

UBC Library. (2008). Study group at UBC Library [Image]. https://flickr.com/photos/ubclibrary/2701347277/

Nucleus Medical Media. (2009). Anatomy of the heart [Image]. http://www.nucleusmedicalmedia.com

Note: If the image is retrieved from a database, provide the database provider's homepage.

Include the retrieval date if the images is likely to change or be removed.

Using your own image - Reference List and In-Text

You do not need to provide a reference/copyright attribution of the image and it does not need to be referenced in-text or in the reference list.

What is required is figure label (in bold) and the figure title (in italics) with (own photo) as part of the figure title above the figure

Figure 1.

Reyne the dog (own photo).

Image via Web/Database - In-Text Citation

Please note any copyright permissions - if in doubt, contact the copyright owner.

Paraphrase
Study group at UBC Library (UBC Library, 2008).

Note: For PowerPoint presentations and brochures, include under the image: Caption (Author, Year)

 

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