Information about Citing Images
Citing images can be tricky. There are many wonderful online help resources available which we encourage you to share with students.
The Library of Congress provides a great overview of how to cite images/primary source materials like paintings, photographs, and documents in Chicago, MLA, and APA styles. Read more here: http://www.loc.gov/teachers/usingprimarysources/citing.html
Your university's librarians are a tremendous resource for learning how to cite images and other sources--reach out to them with further questions!
Artstor Digital Library features a handy tool to help you save your image citations.
To save citations, highlight image thumbnails in your search results, then go to the top menu: "Tools" > "Save citations for selected images." Back in the "Tools" menu, select "View and export citations." You can send your citations to EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, Refworks, or simply view them in printer-friendly format.
Downloading Images for Papers
Encourage your students to create a registered Artstor Digital Library account so they can download images. (A video showing how to register for an account lives here on our YouTube channel.)
Demonstrate to your students during class and help them get started using copyright-cleared images in their papers and presentations!