Investigating the News: Journalism, Technology & the Future

Term: 
Spg 2012
Section: 
PWR 1

Librarian


Molly Molloy
mfmolloy@stanford.edu

Getting Started

  1. Use Reference Sources to jumpstart your research, to get ideas, search terms, context, and more.
  2. Find Books, Journal Titles and Media in Stanford's Online Catalog, SearchWorks.
  3. Find Articles in Selected Databases.
    Note: Stanford subscribes to over 1000 Databases that index articles and books on various topics. Since there are so many databases we recommend a select subset of databases which will give you access to articles in a wide variety of subject areas.

  4. Find Resources on your Course Theme. Click the link(s) below.

Newspapers

Reference Sources in the Information Center:

Selected Books:

Suggested subject terms:

Suggested journals/ejournals, latest issues in Current Periodicals:

Current Newspapers in Green Library:

Selected titles in the Information Center - international and North American titles. Older issues and additional titles behind the IC-Display of current periodicals.

How do I find The New York Times online?

Databases:

Online News Sources:

Other Websites:

Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard: publishes quarterly Nieman Reports, latest in SSRC. Recent issue: "What would you change if you were back in charge?"

  • Pew Research Center
  • See "Topics" - Newsmedia and "Projects of the Center", such as: Center for People & the Press
    and Project for Excellence in Journalism - annual report: State of the News Media 2012 - see section: "Newspapers," also "Special Reports," such as: Mobile devices and news consumption, What Facebook and Twitter mean for news

    Instructor: 
    Kamrath