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This guide lists some of the best resources for getting started with journalism research. You'll find information about books, databases, scholarly and professional journals, interlibrary loan, useful websites, and more.
Professional societies usually have a code of ethics to advise their members on how they should behave. This list will take you to some of the codes of ethics for various journalism- and strategic communications-related societies.
Link+ is a good place to start as books will get here within three days. You can then have the book for three weeks with one renewal. If you can't find your book through Link+, try Interlibrary Loan.
You have several ways to find books at the Knowledge Center. You can use the OneSearch database to look for both print books and ebooks that we own. The benefit of OneSearch is that you can search the library's catalog along with most of our databases at once.