The following are interpretations based on rules put forth by the APA Publication Manual, 7th Edition. The Manual does not speak specifically to many types of online visual resources.
Always check your URL to make sure it works
Follow standard form for author’s name when possible (Last Name, First Initial. Middle Initial.)
Use n.d. if no date exists
Do not use a URL if material was retrieved from a library database. Use the library database name.
Describe the audio-visual work in square brackets after the title, such as [Film]
Use the designated shareable link as the URL, such as the Share URL in YouTube.
For Corporate Author or Channel, use as the Author. Use upload date as date if no creation date is available
Author Last Name, Author First Initial. Author Middle Initial. (Year, Month Date). Title of video [Video]. Name of Host Site. URL
NowYouKnowAbout. (2017, September 11). The life story of Vincent van Gogh [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/y5VRXbHp3fk
Aral, S. (2018, November). How we can protect truth in an age of misinformation [Video]. TED. https://www.ted.com/talks/sinan_aral_how_we_can_protect_truth_in_the_age_of_misinformation?language=en
To assure copyright compliance, use a resource such as Flickr’s Creative Commons http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/
Creator’s last name, First initial. Middle initial. (Role of creator). (Year of creation). Description or title of image. [Type of work]. URL.
Comas, J. S. (Photographer). (2007). Jordi Comas Teaching. [Photograph]. http://www.flickr.com/photos/24567742@N03/4475421910/
Konopacki. (Cartoonist). Overcrowding. [Cartoon]. http://www.sites4teachers.com/links/redirect.php?url=http://www.solidarity.com/hkcartoons/teachertoons/images/kono2DEC.gif
If it is a single image you found in a search in a library database. If there are credits under the image for the author or the original publisher, that should be noted in the citation.
Creator name. (Year of creation). Description or title of image. [Type of work]. Database Name.
Cusic-McClatchy, C. C. (2009). Middle School Sex Education Class. [Photograph]. GALE Opposing Viewpoints in Context.
Example: This would appear immediately following the reference to the image from the article, book, etc.
(Andrews & Sayers, 2006, p. 35, Table 1)
This would be the citation for the reference:
Andrews, P. & Sayers, J. (2006). Conditions for learning: Part 3. Mathematics Teaching, 199. 34-38. ProQuest Research Library.
Artist. (Year) Name of Song. On Name of Collection/Album [Song]. Recording Label Company.
Include a URL if that is the only means of retrieval, such as SoundCloud or their website.
Fizzle and the Shlups. (2019, November 1). Haircut [Song]. On Mitochondriacs. https://soundcloud.com/fizzleandtheshlups/fizzle-haircut
Egan, D. (Writer), & Alexander, J. (Director). (2006, January 10). Failure to communicate (Season 2, Episode 10) [TV series episode]. In D. Shore (Executive producer), House. Fox Broadcasting.
Crystal, L. (Executive Producer). (1993, October 11). The MacNeil/Lehrer news hour [Television broadcast]. Public Broadcasting Service.
Grey, B., King, G., & Pitt, B. (Producers), & Scorsese, M. (Director). (2006). The Departed [Film]. Plan B Entertainment.