How should I cite this photo?

I recently read a blog post that featured this cute picture of 2 meerkats.  I couldn't see an image credit under the photo, so I looked at the bottom of the page, and found "Image source: Pixabay " This did not tell me enough about the image.  Clicking on the link, I learned that Pixabay is an online source of Creative Commons and stock images.  By doing a Google search for that image, I could find the precise URL of the meerkat image, https://pixabay.com/en/meerkat-animal-wild-wildlife-255564/ (as well as 402 ...

Credit Where Credit is Due

Part of being a principled scholar, an  honest internet user, and an good digital citizen means giving credit to the other people's work which  you use in your own.  In this post, we will talk about images, though any media can be licensed. Of course, you have chosen images that are licensed for re-use (a Creative Commons license) or are in the public domain.  How are you going to format the image credit? To properly attribute a Creative Commons image you should Name the title (if given) and author ...

Referencing Posters and a Google+ Profile

On a recent  ECIS  Moodle Librarians forum (Resources -> Referencing and researching tools) uber- Librarian -- Katie Day (at UWCSEA East, Singapore)  wrote: "Nadine Bailey and I have been creating three sets (MLA, APA, Chicago) of 6 referencing posters (Book, Website, Video, Journal Article, Newspaper, Image) to display in the library and in classrooms. ..Here are the MLA ones: https://plus.google.com/photos/117025025134791483932/albums/6120087177992120897 Here are the APA ones: https://plus.google.com/photos/117025025134791483932/albums/6122679974404608401 (Update: Chicago posters are here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/117025025134791483932/albums/6124093680931163329) There is a Creative Commons label on them, so feel free to use and modify... It is important to note these ...