Using images in your coursework

Do you use images in your papers, projects, or presentations? Would you like to browse the collections of New York City museums before you make the trek from Lewisburg? Visit the library’s new Research by Subject Guide for Image Resources to find out how to get started.

Through the guide, you can access digital image collections that have been organized according to subject – there are pages for Visual Art and Architecture, Photography, History, and even Natural Sciences. You can also find information about how to use images in your work and guidelines for formatting proper image citations. Check it out here: http://researchbysubject.bucknell.edu/ImageResources

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