AP Stylebook Online - The definitive guide to punctuation and pronounciation for journalists. Up to 10 people can use this at the same time.
Journalism - EBSCOhost eBooks
NWCC Library Books - Search the library catalog for books at any Learning Resource Center.
Academic Search Premier - Find articles on a variety of subjects, including literature.
Biography in Context - Biographies of newsworthy people.
CREDO Reference - Discover background information about the topic you are researching.
CQ Researcher - Comprehensive coverage of today's issues.
Issues and Controversies - Information about today's pressing issues. Includes a guide to selecting a research topic.
Newspaper Source - Newspaper articles and transcripts of news.
Opposing Viewpoints - Research the pros and cons of issues.
ProQuest Newsstand - Newspaper articles from the US and around the world.
SIRS Issues Researcher - Includes pro and con articles linked to a specific issues.
Statista - A large collection of statistics, infographics, and market study reports.
Journalism and Publishing Video Collection - Streaming videos from Films on Demand
NBC Learn Higher Ed - A collection of videos, newsreels, documents, and images, including current events.
Top 100 Works of Journalism in the US in the Twentieth Century - Check our library catalog to see if these titles are available for check out.
Commercial Appeal - Daily newspaper for Memphis and surrounding areas.
The Daily Mississippian - University of Mississippi's student newspaper.
Democrat - Weekly newspaper for Senatobia and Tate County.
DeSoto Times Tribune - Locally owned newspaper for DeSoto County.
Google News - News aggregator from Google.
Oxford Eagle - Locally owned newspaper for Oxford.
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal - News from Tupelo and Northeast Mississippi.
Ranger Rocket - Student newspaper of NWCC.
Journalism Ethics and Citation Help
Journalism Ethics Cases Online - Case studies on journalism ethics from the Indiana University School of Journalism.
Resources - From the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin, explanations of ethical principles and links to other websites on ethics for journalists.
Resources for Educators - Includes links to case studies and codes of ethics that are used by news professionals.
Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) - Writing help and citation guides for AP style, including media ethics.
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