This research guide provides resources about what to consider when looking for, thinking critically about, and using images for research and educational purposes. This includes information on:
Here is an example of how to cite an image with a Creative Commons (CC) license:
Title: Mermaid Cove Sunrise
Creator: Jerry Meadon
Source: Flikr https://bit.ly/2GMYajl
Copyright Information: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)
Note: The use of digital images is often subject to copyright and/or licensing restrictions. Consult each site's information on rights and reproductions, especially if you plan to use an image in a publication. For guidance on how to cite images in a research paper, see the How to Cite section of this guide.
Listed below are few image resources. For more resources, explore the menu topics on the left-hand side of the page.
For help with finding, viewing, and downloading images using the database Artstor, watch the video below.
For help with verifying, tracking, or finding information about an image on Google (including reverse image searches).
For help with making Bing's image search results play like a slideshow (save yourself from having to scroll through pages of crowded images).