The Broadcasting and Sports Communications major encourages students to think creatively and critically when engaging in media and communication as audience members and as content producers serving the local community while establishing a strong theoretical base, we build practical skills through experiential learning.
This is the Broadcasting and Sports Communications LibGuide - a "research homepage" specifically designed for Broadcast & Communication students! Here you will find links to the library resources that are most relevant to your field of study and most likely to help you in your research. That doesn't mean these are the ONLY resources you should use, but they are a good place to start!
If you need help locating, accessing, or evaluating sources, please contact a Librarian - we are here to help you!
Sometimes you need background information to help you better understand your topic. That might be information about a specific country, person, piece of technology, or business. These resources will help you get started:
Background Information on people, places, etc.
These databases will help you locate articles in academic journals and industry publications that relate to aspects of your specific field
Looking for a broader perspective? Try these multidisciplinary databases
Sometimes you really need to know the major developments around your topic that are happening right now - newspaper and magazine articles are a good place to start!