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Journalism and Mass Communications: Home

For the students, faculty, and community members studying and researching in the field of journalism and mass communications.


Dear School of Journalism  and Mass Communications students, faculty members, and other researchers:

Welcome to this library Help Guide! This page is constantly changing because  I continue to add information and links to helpful resources as I learn of them and/or as they are created. If you are a faculty member with a suggestion, or a student with a question, please don't hesitate to email me

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Please use the tabs above to discover resources and services available to you via Marshall University Libraries.   


Thank you,

Sarah Mollette

  • MA, English: Marshall University
  • MS, Library & Information Science: University of North Texas


...public enlightenment is the forerunner of justice and the foundation of democracy. Ethical journalism strives to ensure the free exchange of information that is accurate, fair and thorough. An ethical journalist acts with integrity.

Preamble, Society of Professional Journalists