Question: How Do You Cite A Google Image In APA?

How do you cite an image in APA?

Citing a photograph

(Year, month date of publication).

Title of photograph[photograph].

City, State of publication: Publisher/museum.

Note: This format is for citing images displayed in a museum or institution.

How do you cite an image from Google?

A: To cite an image found through Google using the image-search function, you must identify the Web site where the image was posted. Then, cite the image like you would if you found it through the original website where it was posted. If the image has no official title, create a short description of your own.

How do you cite an image from Wikipedia in APA?

Method 1 Using the Wikipedia Citation Generator

  • Open the article you’re citing. Go to the Wikipedia page for the article that you want to cite.
  • Click Cite this page.
  • Find your citation style.
  • Select the whole citation.
  • Copy the citation.
  • Open a rich-text editor.
  • Paste in your citation.

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Do you have to cite screenshots?

If you are using a preexisting screenshot from a blog or article, cite the original source as you do for other images. You must check whether your use of the screenshot requires you to seek permission. You must refer to the policies of the creator(s) if you are taking a screenshot of software or a website.10 May 2019