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New Media Studies Resources  

Useful resources for research in the field of news media studies
Last Updated: Mar 10, 2016 URL: http://libguides.alma.edu/new_media_studies Print Guide RSS Updates

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Found an article that looks perfect, but the full-text isn't available in the database you're searching? Click on Check for Local Full Text to see if we have the article in another database.

You can also Search for Full-text by Title.

If we don't have full-text access, you can request the article via Interlibrary loan.
Articles often arrive in 48-72 hours and are sent to your Alma email address.

 

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I Know What I Need,

Just Not Where to Find It

Ever feel that way? Do you have a citation for an article and want to know if we have it? Do you know the name of a journal of a newspaper, magazine, or journal and want to know which databases have full-text coverage? You can Search for Full-text by Title here!

 

Databases for New Media Studies Research

ProQuest Computing provides access to 450 titles, with over 350 available in full text. Publications include scholarly journals, trade publications, and consumer titles.

ProQuest Research Library is a large, diverse database that is useful to students in a wide range of subject areas. Content consists of indexing for over 5,000 titles, over 3,500 of which are available in full text. Coverage extends from 1971 to present.

Computer Database includes indexing, abstracts and full-text articles from more than 800 journals and periodicals, including Computer Weekly, Computerworld, eWeek, PC Magazine, PC World, and Wired.

ComAbstracts provides searchable abstracts from scholarly books and articles published in the field of communication. This extensive collection includes select coverage as far back as 1915 and more extensive coverage since the 1970s.

SIRS Renaissance contains full-text articles covering many topics, including art and design. These articles are selected from more than 1,200 domestic and international publications. Many articles are accompanied by full-color images, including art reproductions, photographs, and illustrations.

Project Muse is a collection of complete, full-text versions of scholarly journals from many of the world's leading university presses and scholarly societies, with over 120 publishers currently participating.

Academic OneFile is a database that contains indexing for over 9,000 peer-reviewed journals, as well as magazines, newspapers, and audio, video and image files. Content is updated daily.

General OneFile is a large database covering a wide range of subjects. It contains indexing for over 13,000 titles, over 8,000 of which are full-text, from 1980 to present.

Click here for a complete A-Z list of library databases and more!

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