Image attribution

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Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1];Associate Editor(s)-in-Chief: Ahmed Younes M.B.B.CH [2]

Overview

  • The images you upload on WikiDoc should be adapted from copyleft sources. We have a list of some of the copyleft websites that we can use here.
  • Some websites provide the attribution text while downloading the image while some others do not.

Radiopedia

  • Radiopedia provides the attribution text along with the download link.
Press this button to take you to the download window
The attribution text is provided along with the download link

Wikipedia

  • On wikipedia and wikimedia commons, the attribution text is present after opening the image in the media viewer window and pressing the download button.
Open the file in media viewer to see get the download and the attribution links
Press this button to take you to the download window
The attribution text is provided along with the download link

Wikimedia commons

Choose the image you want to download
Press this button to take you to the download window
The attribution text is provided along with the download link

CDC and WHO

  • The attribution text should be put in the comment under the photo using the WikiDoc code.

Video

  • This video illustrates how to attribute your image

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