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COM 346: Race, Gender, and The Media - Research Starting Points Guide [Professor Charisse L'Pree Corsbie-Massay - Spring 2024]

A course guide from the Newhouse School Librarian (SU Libraries) leading to starting points useful for uncovering additional sources for the Wikipedia projects in COM 346

Syracuse.com

Since Fall of 2020, Syracuse University and Advance Media have an agreement in place offering exclusive access behind the Syracuse.com paywall, available to all current SU students, faculty and staff.  An excellent access point to digital journalism covering the Syracuse and Central New York Region.

To activate that Syracuse.com access, use these websites

Troubleshooting account problems:  This is not access managed by Syracuse University Libraries.  When addressing account registration problems, consult Syracuse.com's page for digital subscription FAQs. For problem solving not addressed there, Syracuse.com offers these options for getting further help - 

Syracuse.com Customer Care Email:  digitalservice@syracuse.com 
Syracuse.com Customer Care Telephone Numbers:  1-315-470-6397, or toll free at - 1-800-765-3231

     

  • For deep archival access to newspaper article text for the Syracuse Post-Standard, as well as other Syracuse newspapers active at one time but no longer published, visit the database, Syracuse News Sources (aka:  Newsbank) [coverage is mid 1980s up to the present] and/or NewspaperArchive [a deeper archive of fully page imaged Syracuse newspapers, covering recent dates and reaching back to the 19th Century.  Beyond Syracuse, NewspaperArchive offers historical newspaper titles for many other cities and towns in New York State.]