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A library subject guide providing suggested resources and other information for beginning research in Communication
Last Updated: Feb 2, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

Communication Home Print Page

NEW Database!!

We have a new database that is now available for your use! This is one where every user has to register. That gets you your own workspace that you can customize to your liking.

  • SNL Kagan
    SNL Kagan is the leading provider of electronic media industry data and covers economic and financial data about U.S. radio stations, U.S. television stations and networks, U.S. multichannel video operators, global multichannel video operators, wireless and wireline operators, internet media, motion picture and television programming, new media, including streaming and games, and advertising. The add-on MediaCensus offers a unique query tool to get data by market and by provider.

Where to start

Welcome to the Communication subject guide. This guide is designed to get you started on your research by providing links to the basic databases and websites used in all the different field of communication.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me using the info in the box to your right.

Quick start

Are you looking for journal articles? Use Communication and Mass Media Complete.

If you're looking for books or DVDs, use IBISWeb.

If these don't meet your needs, click on the tab above which best describes your area of research to see additional resources.

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