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Explanation of a Visual Resource
Including visual resources in your project or paper will add richness and texture to your final product. Examples of visual resources include maps, photographs, graphs, charts, drawings, cartoons, tribal symbols, artifacts, etc.
Ideas for Finding Images
Scholarly articles/books don't always have a ton of photographs but they often have graphs, charts, maps, etc. that can serve you well. Also, organizational websites, blog posts, etc. can be good sources of images. Whenever possible, remember to cite where you found the image.
Online Image Resources
Provides a broad and deep general collection of images of world art and architecture, photographs and more.
Google Images allows users to search the Web for image content.
"Pexels provides high quality and completely free stock photos licensed under the Pexels license."
"Graphics and data you may use freely for editorial purposes."