Describe the visual work in square brackets--for example, "[Clip art]," "[Infographic]," "[Painting]," and so forth in the title element of the reference.
In the source element, provide the name and location of the museum for artwork, department and university name for materials found in archives, or the site from which a visual work was received.
If you want to reproduce an visual work rather than just cite it, you may need to seek permission from the copyright owner.
Solario, A. (1465–1524). Madonna of the green cushion [Painting]. The Louvre, Paris, France.
Whisler, J. M. (1878). Nocturne: The Thames at Battersea [Litograph]. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, United States. https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/337702?&pkgids=528&ft=*&offset=0&rpp=20&pos=13
Parenthetical citations: (Solario, 1465–1524; Whisler, 1878)
Narrative citations: Solario (1465–1524) and Whisler (1878)
Altmann, G. [geralt]. (2019). Digitization transformation digital change data [Stock image]. Pixabay. https://pixabay.com/illustrations/digitization-transformation-digital-4651800/
GDJ. (2018). Neural network deep learning prismatic [Clip art]. Openclipart. https://openclipart.org/detail/309343/neural-network-deep-learning-prismatic
Parenthetical citations: (Altmann, 2019; GDJ, 2018)
Narrative citations: Altmann (2019) and GDJ (2018)
Global Partnership for Education. (2019, January 24). What makes a great education? [Infographic]. https://www.globalpartnership.org/multimedia/infographic/what-makes-great-education
Rossman, J., & Palmer, R. (2015). Sorting through our space junk [Infographic]. World Science Festival. https://www.wordsciencefestival.com/2015/11/space-junk-infographic/
Parenthetical citations: (Global Partnership for Education, 2019; Rossman & Palmer, 2015)
Narrative citations: Global Partnership for Education (2019) and Rossman and Palmer (2015)
Cable, D. (2013). The racial dot map [Map]. University of Virginia, Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service. https://demographics.coopercenter.org/Racial-Dot-Map
Google. (n.d.). [Google Maps directions for driving from La Paz, Bolivia, to Lima, Peru]. Retrieved February 16, 2019, from https://goo.gl/YYE3GR
Parenthetical citations: (Cable, 2013; Google, n.d.)
Narrative citations: Cable (2013) and Google (n.d.)
McCurry, S. (1985). Afghan girl [Photograph]. National Geographic. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/national-geographic-magazine-50-years-of-covers/#/ngm-1985-jun-714.jpg
Rinaldi, J. (2016). [Photograph series of a boy who finds his footing after abuse by those he trusted]. The Pulitzer Prizes. https://www.pulitzer.org/winners/jessica-rinaldi
Parenthetical citations: (McCurry, 1985; Rinaldi, 2016)
Narrative citations: McCurry (1985) and Rinaldi (2016)
Canan, E., & Vasilev, J. (2019, May 22). [Lecture notes on resource allocation]. Department of Management Control and Information Systems, University of Chile. https://uchilefau.academia.edu/ElseZCanan
Schettler, H. (2019). Citing sources in presentations: APA style [PowerPoint slides]. SlideShare. https://www.slideshare.net/schettlerh/citing-presentations-APA/
Smith, B. (2016). Increasing interaction: Integrating gaming in the classroom [PowerPoint slides]. Moodle. https://moodle.morningside.edu/login
Parenthetical citations: (Canan & Vasilev, 2019; Schettler, 2019; Smith, 2016)
Narrative citations: Canan & Vasilev (2019), Schettler (2019), and Smith (2016)