Tips and Strategies for Using Images
- Use this guide to learn about copyright and using copyrighted material in your work.
- Remember! Even if an image is available for free, you still have to cite it to avoid plagiarizing. Noodlebib can help you with citations.
- Finding Stock Images can help you decide where to start looking.
Where To Look
|Academic Search Complete||Click “More” at the navigation bar at the top of the page, then “Images”|
|American Library Association Digital Images Collection Guide|
|American Memory||Look for “photographs” and “films” in search results|
|Biography Reference Bank||Under “Limit To”, check the box that says “Results with Images”|
|Daily Life through History||Go to the advanced search page to limit your search to finding images|
|Save images to your cart to make slide shows and RSS feeds|
|Emergence of Advertising Art in America (1850-1920)|
|Gale Virtual Reference Library||Choose “Image Caption” in the drop-down menu next to the search box|
|Great Buildings Collection|
|Oxford Art Online||Use the “Search for images only” box|
|NOAA Photo Library|
|Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center||Click on “Images” above the search box|
|ProQuest Historical Newspapers||Click on the “More Search Options” tab at the bottom of the page, then select Document Type “Photo standalone”|
'Frame', Connor Cesa, The Noun Project