Resources for Graduate Students
- Everything you always wanted to know about the Journalism Library - all on one page!
- Jlibguides - class/subject specific library guides
- Equipment available to check out
- Paper Assistance
- Distance Learners
- Techniques and Tips for Effective Database Searching
- Tips for Conducting Graduate Level Research
- Writing and Citing - Paper Assistance
- Ulrich's International Periodical Directory (use this to find out if a journal is scholarly or trade)
- Master Projects' list in Merlin ( you can limit by author )
- Washington Reporting Program - (list of students and projects from 1989-present)
- AEJMC Papers 1994-2006 (older ones can be found searching the ERIC database and using microfiche at Ellis)
- AEJMC papers abstracts
- List of MU Journalism Theses & Dissertations hard copies available through Merlin
- Dissertations & Theses @ University of Missouri - Columbia - In addition to citations and abstracts, the service provides free access to 24 page previews and the full text in PDF format, when available. In most cases, this will be graduate works published in 1995 forward.
- MOSpace - Journalism Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Archives
- Proquest Dissertations & Theses: A&I - formerly Dissertation Abstracts - search subject, title and author guide to virtually every American dissertation accepted at accredited institutions. It also includes many Canadian dissertations as well as dissertations form Europe and abstracts from Masters Abstracts. All subject areas are covered and author-prepared abstracts are provided. Coverage is 1861 to date. Thesis/Dissertations from other Universities can be requested at interlibrary loan.