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Latin American Country Presentation AND Day of the Dead & Tradition: Find Images

Resources for (1) El Día de los Muertos Altar display, (2) Mid-Semester Outline & Sources, and (3) Final Presentation

Find Images

The following website below have been reviewed by the QV Librarians.   

It doe not matter where you get your images from  ( good image search, google, scan from a book,) of how you use an image ( Power point presentation, research paper, flyer etc.) you Must provide a citation for every image you use. Using images that you did not create require citation in all cases.

 Use the Citing Source - MLA  Style Citation  tab to learn the basic guidelines to format images using MLA Style Citation.

To make citing easier, as you conduct your research, we recommend you keep track of:

  • Image creator's name (artist, photographer, etc.)
  • Title of the image
  • Date the image (or work represented by the image) was created
  • Date the image was posted online
  • Date of access (the date you accessed the online image)
  • Institution (gallery, museum) where the image is located/owned (if applicable)
  • Website and/or Database name



Find Images

Below are image-sharing websites.  Be sure to use Google's reverse image search to check accuracy! 
Drill down and find out about the photographer, too.  

Should you trust that the image is really what s/he claims it is? Gather the information needed to cite these sources.

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