Today, Friday September 15, 2017, David C. Novak donates $21.6 million for the Novak Leadership Institute.
The Journalism Library supports the Novak Leadership Institute with library resources and a new and inviting space for all to use and enjoy.
Read more about Mr. Novak and view the collection.
Infamy: The Shocking Story of the Japanese American Internment in World War II
Less than three months after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and inflamed the nation, President Roosevelt signed an executive order declaring parts of four western states to be a war zone operating under military rule. The U.S. Army immediately began rounding up thousands of Japanese-Americans, sometimes giving them less than 24 hours to vacate their houses and farms. For the rest of the war, these victims of war hysteria were imprisoned in primitive camps.
Learn more about the book, events and more one read resources
Why a One Read?
For students, faculty, and staff, it is important to be exposed to and aware of aspects of the world beyond their own daily experiences. To facilitate this understanding, and also to strengthen our campus community, Mizzou Law started a One Read program in 2015. This year, MU Libraries is thrilled to join the program and invite all students, staff, and faculty to read a particular book relating to diversity, inclusion, and current issues of social justice.
We believe that a One Read program will strengthen our Mizzou community by providing a focus for yearlong conversations and events across campus. Over the past several years, our attention has been drawn by events around the U.S. to issues of race and the experience of “otherness.” These issues reflect the challenges of seeing the world from another’s perspective – an imperative skill at any University, and as a member of society.
Kanopy is a web-based digital video delivery service that allows colleges and universities to stream more than 26,000 films. They have classic cinema, Indie Films and top documentaries.
You can browse the collection in Merlin by either doing an author search for kanopy or by going to Kanopy Streaming Films and Documentaries website
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Welcome new students! and Welcome Back returning students!
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What's new in the library this semester?
Wireless Canon Rebel DSLR's
Joby Gorrilapod Tripods
Hitachi Mini Projectors
Sony wireless microphone
Various chargers and adapters
Looking forward to a great semester!
The Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame display outside of the MU Journalism Library gets an update.
The Missouri Photojournalism Hall of Fame endeavors to recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to Missouri journalism, and to provide an exhibit venue to showcase these visual reporting pioneers, and the work of current photojournalists.
Under guidance from David Rees, Director of the Angus and Betty McDougall Center for Photojournalism Studies, MU Journalism graduate student, Daniel Mung, removed glass shelving, hung photos and added the plaques of inductees at the bottom. This display shows more of the great photos and work that these photojournalists have done.
David Rees, Director of the Angus and Betty McDougall Center for Photojournalism Studies
Daniel Mung is a graduate student studying photojournalism at the University of Missouri. He aspires to produce stories from the under-reported Northeastern region of India, which he calls home.
Starting your literature review? Make sure to check out the Journalism Graduate Student Resources Libguide.
Whether you are an online student or here on campus. Getting help is just an email away. Contact Dorothy Carner email@example.com or Sue Schuermann firstname.lastname@example.org to help you from start to finish.
What is Journalism Archive Management (JAM)?
Journalists and strategic communicators create large amounts of digital content. What happens to that content after its creation? Will it be discoverable next year? In five years?
Journal Archive Management (JAM) provides a set of best practices for journalism and strategic communication students to preserve and manage their content long after it has been created.
Learn more about JAM