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IOM: UN Immigration
Information from the United Nations International Organization for Migration.
Migration Data Portal
Data on global migration patterns since 1990.
Migration Policy Institute
News and data about many migration events.
Yes it's on the research list! If you don't know anything about your topic, read an article here. Then follow the links at the bottom of the page to get the the authoritative resources.
Finding and citing images
Creative Commons Search
This tool allows you to search for images and sound recordings from a variety of sources including Google Images, Flickr, Wikimedia, and YouTube. Be sure to check the use permissions for any image you choose.
Image Quest (Britannica)
- Why search here?
Look here for images and photographs with citation information provided.
- What’s included?
Over two million photographs, artistic works and political cartoons.
To cite your images you have two options:
1. You can put them in Noodletools with your research sources for a print edbibliography. Your Chicago style image citation will look like this:
West, Ted. Disembarking Beatles. Photograph. March 11, 1965. ImageQuest.
2. You can also use this format (which is not Chicago style) when posting citations on an online slide: