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SMAD 231: Writing
For New Media
This guide, created for Dr. Normand's SMAD 231 class in Spring 2012, offers some starting resources for researching the trends related to new media. If you have difficulty finding enough information on your topic, be sure to ask Jennifer Keach or at a library service desk for help.
You can also find more resources on the Research Databases pages.
Search the LEO Catalog and selected article databases at once! [more info]
Index to periodicals and news sources covering all aspects of business. [more info]
Indexing and full text for periodicals and news sources covering all aspects of business. [more info]
Article index with some full text in the fields of communication and mass media studies. [more info]
Contains several full-text databases: current news, laws and legislation, business and company information and more... [more info]
Resource is temporarily down. Access will be restored as quickly as possible. Get the latest information and news on marketing, media, and advertising agencies. Be sure to click on the DataCenter link for in-depth data! [more info]
IBISWorld is a collection of Industry Market Research reports of over 700 United States industries. Now includes access to US Specialized Industry Reports. [more info]
Mintel Oxygen is a comprehensive resource full of reports on current issues in a wide array of domestic and international markets... [more info]
The Pew Internet Project explores the impact of the Internet on American life. Includes details on what people do online, user demographics and how Internet usage affects society. [more info]
Passport GMID is an online market research tool containing global information on consumer spending, industry information, country profiles, and much more.
Users will be asked to login with their JMU eid and password. [more info]
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Jennifer Keach on 02/09/2012