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Image Searching

Resources and best practices for image searching. Includes the basics of copyright, how to search, best resources, and citations.

Using Images in Assignments

Sometimes your assignment is about a specific work of art and you are analyzing the craftsmanship, artist, symbolism, or era the artwork was created in. Maybe you found a funny cartoon that highlights part of your argument, but you are hesitating because you don't know how to add it to your paper and cite it. 

Instead of just describing the image-try using it! Using images can seem complicated, but it's simpler than you realize.

Using Images Video (Credo Reference Quicktips)

Using Images: Credo Reference Quicktips

Using Images in Presentations


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