Journalism and all aspects of the Newspaper industry.
To support the Journalism course offered each Spring Term. At this time, the selector makes sures that whatever resources the instructor wants for the course are made available. The current instructor takes a more practical approach rather than a theoretical one. Therefore, we do not select how-to-write books for Journalism at this time. We select books that look at the history of the discipline and other resources such as documentary films.
There is no program at this time for Journalism. The English Department offers one couse every Spring Term. Women & Gender Studies Program had previously offered a course every other academic year.
The Library of Congress classification for Journalism is PN 4699 through PN 5650. We currently acquire University Press books through our approval plan.
Materials are collected in English although suitable materials in other languages would be acquired, if appropriate.
The coverage is worldwide in scope but there is more emphasis on the United States.
We collect books and some documentary films. We also have a small collection of journal titles.
The types of formats include books, periodicals and DVD's and/or video tapes.
Journalism affects those disciplines that want primary documents for research.
PN 4699 to PN 5650
Lucinda M. Hall
Last Updated: 8/5/16