Welcome to the Journalism Research Guide. This guide includes library and internet resources for your journalism research.
This page includes the most recommended library databases for journalism. Please see the navigation menu for other recommended resources, search tips, and the News Literacy Toolkit.
For one-on-one help, please contact subject librarian Andrea Baer (email@example.com).
Below are library resources that provide access to news and media sources, scholarly articles, and other resources that are often unavailable on the open web.
If the Libraries do not have access to the article, please submit an interlibrary loan request by clicking the "Go to ILLiad" link on the Interlibrary Loan page.
These background sources are good places to get an overview of a topic and different perspectives on it. Background research can help you focus your research and identify effective search terms and strategies.
Specific Newspaper Publications:
Specific Newspaper Articles:
If they are not freely available online, search in WorldCat for other libraries that have the item (do a title search and limit the format to newspapers). You can then request a specific item via interlibrary loan, or you may wish visit the library or archive that houses the materials.
The library databases listed below provide access to find scholarly articles, as well as other types of information. If you don't see a Full Text link below the article citation, look for a button labeled "Get it!" This application will check for access to the full text of the article within the library's subscriptions.
If you see a message that we don't have access, choose the Campbell Library Interlibrary Loan Request link to order the article from another library. Often we can get an electronic copy of the article quickly.