Q. How do I add citations (including photo/image credits) to my PowerPoint or Google Slides Presentation?
General guidelines for including citations in presentations using the MLA style:
- Cite all of your sources using the MLA style, just as you would in a written paper. The last slide of your presentation serves as the Works Cited.
- Images in presentations are treated like figures and have captions with source information underneath.
- Clip art generally does not require a citation.
For an example of a presentation with MLA citations, click here.
General rules for including citations in presentations using the APA style:
- Use the same information on your title slide that you would have on a title page.
- Include a references list as the last page of your presentation.
- Include in-text citations for any source you used within your presentation using the standard APA format.
- If you are using stock images or clip art with a license that states "no attribution required" you do not need to provide a reference, in-text citation, or copyright attribution.
- If you are using an image that requires attribution, provide a copyright attribution in the figure note and a reference list entry for the image in the reference list.
For examples of citing images using the APA style, click here.