Once you type your references on the reference page, you will need to put in a hanging indent and double-space the entire reference list. In Microsoft Word, highlight the references from A to Z, then find the paragraph function in the Word ribbon. Select Hanging under Indentation and Double under spacing. See the Formatting your References tab for instructions on doing this on a Mac or in Google Docs.
Abbas, D. D. F. (2020). Manipulating of audio-visual aids in the educational processes in Al-Hilla University College. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 24(3), 1248-1263. https://doi.org.db12.linccweb.org/10.37200/ijpr/v24i3/pr200875
When reusing an image, you need to provide a caption under the image giving credit to the creator or provider. This is a bit different from referring to a visual work when you do not reuse the image.
“Whenever a public domain work is used, the author(s) (if known) should be cited. Citation may be made in accordance with any relevant scientific, scholarly, disciplinary or community practice. Additionally, if a public domain work has been curated or made available by a person other than the author, that provider should also be appropriately credited.”
What do you need to cite? All CC attributions should have the same basic information:
* Title of image
* Creator name
* Source of the image (usually in the form of a URL to image source page)
* Any copyright information included with image (such as a watermark)
* CC license information (including link back to CC documentation page if possible)
In the shortest caption allowed by the above, you would put:
caption: Title [hyperlinked to source] (c)Creator, License information [hyperlinked]