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Crediting CC Licensed Photographs
When you use CC Licensed works, including images from Flickr and others, it is important to attribute the work correctly where you use it, and then to make a citation for in your references page.
At the place of use include the creator’s name and the license for the work. On the references page use this sample citation:
Author name. (Author role). (date). Title of work [Medium of work], Retrieved date of retrieval from: tiny URL. License.
USE Tiny URL.com:http://tinyurl.com/ to input the URL for any URLs that are over one line of characters. Just visit tinyurl.com and follow the directions to get a shorter URL.
Here is a sample of a CC Licensed work cited correctly including the attribution in the image and the citation for the reference page.
Weller, D. (Photographer). (2011). Baby monkey [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://tinyurl.com/ngcnjxj. CC-BY-SA-NC.