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COM 6400: Introduction to Grad Studies in Communication

Welcome to COM 6400: Introduction to Grad Studies in Communication Course Guide

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While you can use the Library's webpage to do all your research, the purpose of this Course Guide is to provide you the researcher, with one neat platform to access everything for your subject area of Communication. You can search the library catalog, and access databases and e-journals all from within this course guide. You can place an Interlibrary loan request if you need something that this library cannot provide, get information on who to cite your paper, write an annotative bibliography, and even set up a research consultation or use Ask A Librarian.   

Sincerely, 

Lawrence Mello, M.A. M.L.S.

Communication and Multimedia Liasion

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Last updated on Nov 7, 2022 3:25 PM - Guide Creator(s)