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Speech Communication: Gettting Started With Research   Tags: communication, english, getting_started, speech_communication  

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  Electronic Indexes (for finding articles)

These are the most useful and effective tools for finding scholarly articles in the area of Speech Communication studies. You can use these resources to search for information on specific aspects of Speech Communication as well as searching for other related terms.

  • Academic Search Premier
    This covers a wide range of scholarship and is extremely useful as a starting point. Towards the left center of the screen is a box you can click to make sure everything you retrieve in your search is peer-reviewed and scholarly.
  • Speech Communication 212
    This is the LibGuide for the intro class to Speech Communication and contains a great deal of information that will help you to succeed in Speech Communication studies.
 

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