Images used in your presentations must be cited like all other resources. You must also acknowledge the copyright permissions of images, graphs, tables, etc...Do so by inserting a caption alongside the image. Captions serve as a brief but complete explanation of what the reader is looking at.
Caption example: (note the italics of Figure 1)
Figure 1. How to create figures in APA style. This figure illustrates effective elements in APA style figures.
|General template for images in print:||
Author's or Artist's Last name, First initial only. (Year [if available, otherwise n.d.]). Description or title of image [Image format].
|General template for digital images:||
Author's or originator's Last name, First initial.
Rousseau, H. (1896). The ship in the storm [Painting]. Musee de l'Orangerie, Paris. Retrieved from Oxford Art Online database.
Munch, E. (1893). The scream [Painting]. National Gallery, Oslo. Retrieved from http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/harris/munch.scream.jpg.
Rousseau, H. (1896). The ship in the storm [Painting]. Musee de l'Orangerie, Paris. Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris. By Claire Fresches et al. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art. 232.
Muybridge, E. [Photograph of Syrian protests]. (2013). UPI Photo Collection. Retrieved from Academic Search Complete database.
Muybridge, E. [Photograph of a horse running]. (1887). National Gallery, London. River of shadows: Eadweard Muybridge and the technological wild West. By Rebecca Solnit. New York, NY: Viking. 52.
The general format is as follows:
Author, A. A. [Screen name]. (year, month day). Title of video [Video file]. Retrieved from http://xxxxx
Apsolon, M. [markapsolon]. (2011, September 9). Real ghost girl caught on Video Tape 14 [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nyGCbxD848
(The capitalization [or lack thereof] in the screen name is in keeping with how it appears online.)
If the user’s real name is not available, include only the screen name, without brackets:
Source: APA style blog