Answered By: Carol Chatten Last Updated: Sep 03, 2018 Views: 1917
Images can be referenced in a similar way to article references. Please see the Harvard Referencing Guide for full details.
You will need
- the name or title of the image (if provided)
- the date you accessed the image
- the web address (URL) of the location you found the image.
Be aware of any copyright restrictions on the image and if possible acknowledge the source of the image in the bottom left hand corner of the image (this may need some image editing software such as Paint or you can simply add a text box over the top if using something like MS Word or PowerPoint).
To see a good example of referencing an image take a look at this RMIT library guide.
Ask your tutor also if they have a particular way they prefer images to be referenced.