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Expressive Arts Therapy: Certification Portfolios

A guide for doing research on expressive & creative arts therapies.

Copyright

Finding Images

Creative Commons

Understanding Creative Commons is important so you can share and use knowledge in a legal and ethical way.

Citing Images

Whether you are using an image in a paper, poster, or presentation, you must give credit to the creator (author) of that image. If an item has a creative commons license, be sure to understand the requirements for attribution.

Here is an example of how a photo retrieved from Flickr would be cited in a reference list (APA format):

Viswanathan, N. (2009). Dogs! [Photograph]. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/nehavish/4073675070