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Welcome to the library webpage for COM 442, History of Media Technology & Regulation.  This webpage provides resources to help you find more information on the themes and topics of the course.

More extensive listings of resources can be found via the general subject guides for Communication Studies and History: United States

Most of the databases on this page are restricted to UW students, staff and faculty. These are marked with a lock UW Restricted. To connect to these databases from home you will need to login with your UWnetid.

Have questions or need research help? Please contact these librarians:

 

Need Research Help? Ask Me!

Have questions or need research help? Please contact Jessica Albano, the communication research librarian:

  • via email
  • schedule a time to meet with me using my Google calendar.  I hold office hours in the Comm Advising Office (room 118) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 11am to 3pm.  We can meet at other times in Suzzallo Library.
  • email me to schedule a time to meet.

 

Research Time-Savers

    • Database alertsLibrary databases will email you when articles that match your search are added to the database. 

 

    • Cross-database searching.  If the UW Libraries subscribes to more than one database from a company, you can usually search those databases at the same time (ex. Search these EBSCO databases at one time: Academic Search Complete, American, History & Life, Business Source Copmlete, and Communication & Mass Media Complete)  Note that you may loose some search functionality specific to a databases (ex. limiting a search to time period in America, History & Life).

 

 

  • Search Google Scholar, but be sure to set your "Scholar preferences" first.  Select Library Links and search for University of Washington.  Select University of Washington - Full-Text @ UW
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