•  EasyBib  (Create Free EasyBib Account - links to school subscription.)

    Citing YouTube
    Last name, First name. OR Poster's Username. "Title of Video." Title of Site. Name of institution or publisher, Day Month Year of publication. Medium. Day Month Year of access.
    Here is an example of what that looks like:
    Shimabukuro, Jake. "Ukulele Weeps by Jake Shimabukuro." Online video clip.
    YouTube. YouTube, 22 Apr. 2006. Web. 9 Sept. 2013. 
     Citing an image  

    1) Author/Creator. Not available?  Skip to #2.
    2) Title of image in quotation marks.  Not available?  Image doesn’t have a title? Create brief descriptive title. (Photograph of horse running.  Drawing of brain.)  Do not put in quotations if you create the title.
    3) Media of the image (Chart,Diagram,Graph, Illustration, Map, Photograph, Cartoon)
    4) Date of image. Not available? n.d.
    5) Title of where the image is located. Title of web page or title of article found in database.
    6)  Website/database name of where image is located in italics.
    7) Medium of publication. If online – Web. If in paper, Print.
    8) If Web, then end with day of access, month and year.  01 Jan. 2014.
    9) Always end with a period. There is no retrieval URL in 7th edition MLA unless requested by teacher.

    Need more image assistance?  Go to State College of Florida Libraries
    Remember, give credit where credit is due.  Plagiarism has ruined grades and careers. 
    Brief introductory PowerPoint
    You are what you write by Easybib, an infographic
    Really?!  You didn't know it was copying?!  Quickie Interactive Tutorial
    Here's another one to prove point: Plagiarism (interactive)