Introduction to Media History

Course #: CS100B

A) First steps

  • Your OneCard is your library card. New cards should be automatically registered.
  • You will be asked to login when accessing paid resources from off campus

B) Finding a focus

C) Background

D) Tips

  • read each source as you go along; each one will lead to more
  • keep track of where you look and the keywords you use (this is part of the assignment)
  • use a variety of sources: articles should be from more than one journal
  • start early (library staff can deliver items from other libraries)

E) Books

  • Find two books or book chapters
  • Use the Primo Catalogue to identify books at Laurier, the Universities of Waterloo and Guelph, and the Annex

F) Scholarly articles

Communication Studies @ EBSCOhost
Articles for Communication Studies and related disciplines. Limit search to scholarly (peer reviewed) journals and language = English.
CBCA Complete
Articles from Canadian publications. Start here for Canadian topics. Limit to peer reviewed.

G) Other resources

Having problems? Don't hesitate to contact me: email, call (519-884-0710 x3384), drop in, or make an appointment. My office, L3-312, is one floor up from the main floor of the Library on the Waterloo campus. Come up the stairs, then walk straight ahead.