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CMNS 122 - Professional Writing Il - Vernon

  What are Periodicals?
Periodicals are publications that are published periodically - daily, weekly, monthly, yearly and include newspapers, magazines, and academic journals.

Why Use Databases?
The open Internet only holds a small percentage of the information stored online. Using Library sources gives you access to private information such as: Book content / Original, primary, and historical documents / Subscribed content / Copyright protected material
Newspapers   Magazines   Journals

Word and World: A Critical Thinking Reader









How do I find articles?

At the Library homepage under the tab ARTICLES & DATABASES choose from the dropdown menu the subject area that you are researching. Key databases for your selected subject area will be listed there such as:

If you already know the name of the database you can search for it alphabetically by its title under the same tab ARTICLES & DATABASES.

    Canadian Newsstream

    Communication & Mass Media Complete   
    Google Scholar  

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