"If you are looking for an academic program that emphasizes connection between students, the community, and their studies, then communication is the best choice for you." Dr. Trudy L. Hanson, Ed.D - Department Head
The most comprehensive research database in the field of communications, this resource results from a merger of EBSCO’s Communication and Mass Media Complete with SAGE's Communications Abstracts. It indexes and abstracts over 1000 core journals, nearly 400 more than in CMMC, and its active full text for more than 600 journals includes 150 full-text titles not available in CMMC.
It also has a subject-specific, browsable thesaurus featuring 4,528 preferred and 8,528 non-preferred terms and coverage dating back to 1915.
Coverage includes advertising, rhetoric, communication disorders and much more.
Format: Majority full-text; some additional full-text via SFX, Coverage: Varies, mostly mid-1990s forward, Truncation and Wildcard: * and ?, Search Tips: Use quotation marks to phrase search. Allows Boolean AND, OR and NOT searching. May limit to full-text.
Make a research question from your topic.
For example: "What is currently being done to help conserve the endangered Giant Panda population?"