This guide is intended for MCLA students who are conducting journalism research.
Use the blue tabs on the left to navigate through the different research areas and topics available in this guide. When you click on a tab, you will notice that the different sections of the page will appear. You can either click on these to jump to a specific part of the page, or simply scroll down to look at all of the available resources.
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with me.
These links bring you to the library's discovery portal, which searches books, ebooks, articles, journals, and more. To narrow down your search, use the tools on the left-hand side of your results screen.
Google Scholar is another resource for finding research articles. Look on the right hand side of the screen for the "Full-Text@MCLA" links that will bring you to the article in one of our databases. You can also look for the free PDFs listed on the right hand side. The best tool in Google Scholar is the citation link under each result. This will show you other articles that cited that article in their references. If you find a great article, be sure to check what else has cited it for more relevant results.
Request through Interlibrary Loan by using the arrows under the citation the Check for Full-Text link