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Citing Business Resources & Creating Bibliographies

Looking for help in citing information from one of the online resources provided by the Baylor Library? Here you will find examples to guide your citations using APA v. 6

What do I need to cite an image?

The following elements are needed if you are citing an image:

  • Artist's name, if known
  • Title of image if know, description if not
  • The medium of the image (photograph, chart, painting, illustration, etc.)
  • Where image is housed or held (if applicable)
  • Title of article or book (if applicable)
  • Author of article or book (if applicable)
  • Date of article or book
  • For article, title of periodical
  • Database name (if applicable)
  • URL for database
  • Website name and URL (if applicable)

If you are going to use an image, picture or graph in your report, presentation or research paper, it must be cited.  Unless you are using royalty-free clip art or clip art that comes from Microsoft Word or PowerPoint, you have to credit the owner of the work. Any items you obtain from a website or by scanning a book or article, you need to cite the owner of the work.

Citation example - images

 

Pepsico

Pepsico. (n.d.).  Pepsico values & philosophy. [photograph]. http://www.pepsico.com/Company/PepsiCo-Values-and-Philosophy.html

Citing images - example


IBISWorld. (2013). Major players: Soda production in the US (31211a). [chart]  http://www.IBISWORLD.com

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