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READ 108 - Longview

Resources for the power processes, found in the Becoming a Master Student textbook.

Finding Images for PowerPoint Presentations

The following web sites can be useful for locating images to use in Power Point Presentations. Be sure to cite your source!

CopyRight Help

Images fall under the same copyright protections as written publicatiosn. To use a copyright protected image you must consider if that use falls under fair use.
 
Fair Use of copyrighted materials for educational purposes is determined by four factors:
  1. The Transformative Factor
  2. Nature of the Copyrighted Work
  3. The Amount and Substantiality of the Portion Taken
  4. The Effect of the Use Upon the Potential Market
 

How do I cite a picture for my PowerPoint presentation MLA?

You can either include the citation information in your Works Cited list on the last slide of your PowerPoint, or you can provide the citation in small font at the bottom of the slide.

If you found the image on the web, use the MLA style for web pages:

Author/Artist if available. Description or title of image. Date of image. Title of database or Web site. Medium of publication. Date of access. <electronic address (optional)>. 

Example: 

Picasso, Pablo. Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. 1907. Academy of Art University Collection. Web. 30 Mar. 2009.

Example for no author:

Crazy Cats. 2012. LOLZ Cats. Web. 20 Apr. 2012.

Creating a Power Point Presentation

This 8 minute video about creating a Power Point presentation is recommended by campus instructors.