New Media Rhetoric and Web 2.0

Term: 
Fall 2009
Section: 
PWR 1

Librarian


Malgorzata Schaefer
mschaefe@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.

New Media Sources

More Reference Sources

Selected Book Collection
Browse the HAS-DIGIT collection. HAS-DIGIT is a sub-location for a mini collection devoted to digital culture and humanities computing. It is located in the Lane Room on the second floor of the Bing Wing of Green Library. Turn right as you enter the room. The books cannot be checked out but most have another copy for check out in the stacks.

Suggested SearchWorks Subject Terms related to Social Media:
Tip: Use quotes around social media for a more targeted search: "social media"

Additional Databases

Selected Article(s)

Selected Journals

Other Recommended Links

Instructor: 
Lee