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Useful resources


This guide's purposes are to help you learn more about journalism, broadcasting, and digital media while using information, help you save time and energy, and successfully complete your assignments, especially when doing research for courses in:

  • technical production -- both field (using cameras and editing) & studio
  • writing & reporting -- from basic information-gathering & news presentation -- to professional explanatory, in-depth, technical, or investigative journalism in digital & print platforms
  • storytelling
  • editing
  • graphics
  • history, theory, practice, & criticism
  • interacting with the library and faculty/staff to achieve the goals above.

Each discipline or field of study has different values about types of information and procedures for research, so the resources here will be different from those you might have used in other courses in fields like Writing or Biology.

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