Reproducing Images, Infographics, Charts, Tables & Graphs
Reproducing happens when you copy or recreate an image, infographic, table, graph, or chart that is not your original creation. If you reproduce one of these works in your assignment, you must cite the work in your References List and create a note underneath the image, infographic, chart, table or graph to show where you found it.
Citing Information From an Image, Infographic, Chart, Table or Graph
If you refer to information from an image, infographic, chart, table or graph, but do not reproduce it in your paper, create a citation both in-text and on your Reference List.
If the image is part of a larger source, such as a book, magazine article, or website, use the citation format of the source where the image is found.
For example: If information came from a table from an article in National Geographic magazine, you would cite the entire article. If information came from an infographic posted on the Statistics Canada website, you would follow the template for citing infographics from a website.
Refer to How do I cite? - When Creating Digital Assignments for recommendations on citing images used in PowerPoint slides, Infographics, Videos and Websites.
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