If you’ve ever written a paper, you know that citations are important. But for whatever reason, if you write that paper online (as a blog for example) then citations and image credits somehow become, well, less important. Thanks to Pia Jane Bijkerk, Erin Loechner and Yvette van Boven, it’s now easier to figure out the proper method of crediting images used online (and offline, really). Click image to zoom, enjoy!
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