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Finding, using, and citing images

The world of working with images is complex, often confusing, rich with a profusion of resources, and fascinating.  This guide will suggest an array of resources that will assist you in three key aspects of working with images:

  • finding images
  • capturing, editing, and presenting images
  • using and citing images in ways that avoid copyright infringement

In addition, the guide offers information and resources on the larger topic of visual literacy                                    


Wayne Thiebaud, Meringues.  In Melissa Bell, "Wayne Thiebaud: Google, Cakes, and 49 Years of Art."  BlogPost, The Washington Post, September 27, 2010.  Web.  27 August 2013.

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