Finding images on Google Images
Finding images on the Wikimedia Commons
Finding images on the Flickr Creative Commons
The format for citing images like clip art depends on whether attribution (giving credit to the creator) is required.
This link summarizes how to cite images in APA 7:
When citing artwork from galleries and museum web sites use these guidelines:
Did you know it's copyright infringement to use a licensed song in your YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook video? Not only that, but different social media platforms are getting better about recognizing copyrighted audio material in the videos its users upload. If you're lucky, they'll just remove the video, but the consequences could be worse.
Put your mind at ease and try these creative commons audio resources (remember: you still have to cite the artist!):
As a general guideline, use this format* for audio citations:
Artist, A. A. (Year). Title of song [Song]. On Title of album. Label. (Original work published Year).
Artist, A. A. (Year). Title of album [Album]. Label. (Original work published Year).
*These examples are from Santa Fe College's APA (7th edition) Citation Guide
Format for a YouTube (or similar platform) video:
Consult the reference examples on the APA Style Blog for citing YouTube videos and YouTube video channels:
Consult the reference examples on the APA Style Blog for citing movies, films, and television: