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This is a major database in the fields of communication and mass media. It includes coverage of articles related to mass media, as well as major journalism reviews, recent encyclopedias, and handbooks in the area of communications studies.
The Mulva Library @ SNC now provides access to the NYTimes.com for anyone with a valid SNC email address through an academic group pass. Individual registration is required. With your account, you will have full access to the extensive breaking news, world news, and multimedia of The New York Times. For more information on SNC NY Times access see our FAQ: NYTimes@SNC
Swank Digital Campus provides colleges and universities with the largest academic streaming collection of its kind. With over 25,000 films, documentaries and TV shows, Swank Digital Campus simplifies film distribution by providing faculty and students a legal streaming resource both on and off campus. Films available via SWANK are being used as a part of course curriculum.
SNC faculty, staff, and students can access The Wall Street Journal Digital Editions through an academic site license provided by the Mulva Library. For more information on setting up an account see our FAQ:
Washington Post @ SNC offers unlimited digital access to WashingtonPost.com from the school’s network and its expert reporting and analysis from Washington and around the world, including award-winning investigative coverage and editorial commentary. See our FAQ for more info:
Choice supports the work and professional development of academic librarians by providing tools and services that help them become more effective advocates for their patrons. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for access.
Covers today's hottest social issues, from capital punishment to immigration to marijuana. This cross-curricular resource supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Informed, differing views help learners develop critical-thinking skills and draw their own conclusions.