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You have several ways to find information. Use the: 

Catalog to search for print and non-print collections.

Discovery Search to search for resources available through the online databases.

A-Z List of Titles to search for specific e-journals.

Individual Database if you want to use a specific database. Simply click on the database name and search.

Most databases use a help feature that explains how to conduct simple and advanced searches. 

Recommended search terms in Media and Communication:

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If you search a database and do not find the results you want, use Ask Our Librarians for assistance. Library staff are happy to help you find what you need! 

Online Reference Sources

Welcome

Welcome to the Library's Media Studies and Communication Subject Guide!

This guide provides an overview of the Library's recommended materials related to media studies and communication, including databases, books, journals, reference materials and other resources, print or digital, that are accessible through different websites and platforms.

Media and Communication Print Book Collection

The media and communication print collection is organized in alignment with Class P of the Library of Congress Classification and Class H of the Library of Congress Classification. It includes the following subclasses:

HM742: Social media

NE: Print Media

P87: Communication, Mass Media

P94.7: Interpersonal Communication

P95: Oral Communication, Speech

Communication and Media Studies books are available in the H section and the P section (see map below): 

Print Reference Sources

Reference Librarian

Haya A. Al-Sheeb| هيا الشيب's picture
Haya A. Al-Sheeb| هيا الشيب
Subjects الموضوعات:
Geography and Urban Planning الجغرافيا والتخطيط العمراني, Media Studies and Communications دراسات الإعلام والاتصال, Political Science العلوم السياسية, Social Sciences العلوم الاجتماعية

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