The Campbell Library at Rowan University provides many resources in multiple media formats to enable faculty and students to conduct research about the influences of media and communication on our lives. Because of the various ways of finding information on the subject, these web pages are grouped under general format headings. Select one of the tabs above to gain access to information about how to "find books" or "find articles" about new media, and also check for other Radio/TV/Film guides and browse our suggested links for even more information to explore.
Some new sources: The New Media Consortium's Horizon Report details new media trends in higher education. The New Media Literacies Project from MIT discusses the impact of online participatory culture on society. The Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at GMU provides a list of tools for social media projects. the Pew Research Internet Project does studies on media use. And online-only journal First Monday provides an explanation of digitial humanities and new media scholarship.
And always keep a look out for new databases on the New Media e-Resources list. Open the 'plus signs' for more details on these licensed resources.