In this Help and Information tutorial you will learn how to cite an image, from the internet, in MLA format.
Information needed from the website the image is from:
- The name of the photographer or person who created the image, if known.
- The Title (or caption of the image --- italicized. If you are using the caption and it's very long, you can just include the beginning of it. If no title or caption is given, give a short description of the work and do not italicize it. Write Digital Image after the title/ caption.*
- Title of Website - Website where the image was found. Italicized
- The publisher of the Website - This is the name of the organization responsible for the website, followed by a comma. (Publisher's name is usually at the bottom of the home webpage.) If no publisher is given, use n.p.("no publisher")
- The date that the source was electronically published, --or the last update or revision date, written in MLA format (day-month-year). If no date is given, use n.d.("no date")
- Medium of publication (web).
- Date of access written in MLA format (day-month-year)
- URL (Uniform Resource Locator) - Write in angle brackets, with a period at the end. To avoid long URLs use the URL for the main page of the website
Photo Credit: Two Leaf. Digital Image. Canola Council of Canada, 2017. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada,<www.canolacouncil.org>. Accessed 22 Jan 2018