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HLI 220: Images of Science in Literature

Image Resources

There are many excellent Library sources for images that can be found in our catalog and databases, as well as freely available on the internet. When including images in research papers or presentations, be sure to cite them properly, as the image here is cited:

Artist's name. Title of Image. Date of creation [or N.d. if not dated]. Institution, City.

If in a book, add:Title, by Author (Firstname Lastname), Publisher, page number.

If online, add: Website/Database Name, URL. Accessed ___.



Apianus, Petrus. Apianus's world map, 1564. 1564. Britannica ImageQuest, Accessed 29 Sep 2016.

For more information, see our Research Guide on How to Cite Your Sources. When in doubt, ask a librarian!