SU Libraries supports all departments and programs in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. In addition to visiting sources under links appearing in the menu bar of this guide, you can contact the Special Collections Research Center for information related to the history of radio & television.
Libraries at research universities like Syracuse University offer what can seem an overwhelming array of research starting points. In addition to other resources and database links appearing on this subject guide, consider reviewing one or more of the following SU Libraries orientation materials. The SU Libraries Orientation Worksheet (PDF) worksheet is targeted to Newhouse students -
Better yet - visit this COM100 subject guide designed specifically with COM100/COM107 in mind.
INTRODUCING PHYSICAL LIBRARY LOCATIONS, SEE:
SU Libraries "Locations" Website
Need help on formatting the sources you cite in your academic writing (e.g., APA, MLA, etc.) or want access to a full-fledged online bibliographic management system-like "RefWorks or EndNote Web or Zotero?" Visit the SU Libraries Citation Support website.
For stylistic guidelines for journalists particularly -SU Libraries also offers from Associated Press the AP Stylebook Online.
SU Copyright Portal: Provides educational information to the Syracuse University community about copyright and other laws, policies, and regulations that govern information creation, use, retention and adaptation for scholarly purposes. The Portal also provides guidance and direction to the University community on issues such as:
All the Portal’s information is educational. None of the Portal’s information is, or should be considered to be, legal advice.