Roadmap to Referencing

for use with Harvard-UniSA Style referencing

Other

Image or diagram

: Image/diagram/artwork from a print or online source

Description: An image or diagram found online or in a print source such as a book or journal.

Notes

  • Types of images and diagrams include photographs, tables, illustrations etc.
  • All images used in assignments must be accompanied by references to the source text.
  • Cite the source where the image was located using the standard format for that source.

In-text citation

Format and layout:
Below the image, cite the source where the image was located using standard author and date information.
Title or description (Author’s family name OR Authoring body year)
Examples
NASA, March 23 2008, ‘Image of the day gallery: a man on the moon’, [Image source: NASA, www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_369a.html]
Neil Armstrong on the moon (NASA 2008).

Kokkinn, Duval & Williams, 2009, ‘Fig. 2. Relative abundances of the two saltwater mosquitoes in the northern suburbs of Port Pirie over three seasons’, [Image source: Modelling the ecology of the coastal mosquitoes Aedes vigilax and Aedes camptorhynchus at Port Pirie, South Australia’, Medical and Veterinary Entomology, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 85–91.]
Fig. 2. Relative abundances of the two saltwater mosquitoes in the northern suburbs of Port Pirie over three seasons. Numbers represent the totals of three traps. Represents mosquito peaks used in modelling. (Kokkinn, Duval & Williams 2009)

Reference List / Bibliography

Format and layout:
Cite the source where the image was located using the standard format for that source.
Examples
NASA 2008, Image of the day gallery: a man on the moon, NASA, 23 March, viewed 27 November 2012, <http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_369a.html>.
Kokkinn, MJ, Duval, DJ & Williams, CR 2009, ‘Modelling the ecology of the coastal mosquitoes Aedes vigilax and Aedes camptorhynchus at Port Pirie, South Australia’, Medical and Veterinary Entomology, vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 85–91.