iLab: Creative Commons and Images
or CC0 1.0
CC0 1.0 means that works are not restricted by copyright and Public Domain.
CC by 2.0 means that you can show and transform other owner's images as long as you cite them correctly and indicate what changes you made to the image.
CC by 4.0 means that you can show and transform other owner's images as long as you cite them correctly and indicate what changes you made to the image; however, It is more restrictive than the two.
Citing an Image from a Website on your References Page
Last Name, First Initial or username. (Year of creation). Title of image or [Description of image] [Type of work]. Website Title. URL
van Stratum, B. (2011). [Lightning storm] [Photograph]. Flickr. https://flic.kr/p/am5V3U
Izthatu. (2005). Sunset [Photograph]. Flickr. https://flic.kr/p/53mzC
Attribution or In-text Citation for an Image on a Digital Composition
- Indicate the "Title" of the work written in quotation marks
- Linked to the image's page on the website
- Indicate the Author of the work either by full name (First Last) or user name (if real name is not given)
- Linked to the Author's page on the website
- Write licensed under and then indicate the license (CC0 1.0, CC by 2.0, or CC by 4.0)
- Linked to the Creative Commons license
Note: These are instructions for using an image in a Digital Composition (presentation, poster, infographic, etc.).
If citing an image in the body of a traditional paper, refer to APA resources for the details on how to create in-text citations for that format.