Need some summer entertainment? Kanopy streaming media (missouri.kanopystreaming.com) is now available on ROKU. Watch films, documentaries and more. You can create your own account to make playlists, add movies to your watchlist and more. You can also watch on any device.
VR Sandbox all day Monday and Tuesday April 17 & 18th.
Come by the Journalism Library in room 102a and check out all our new VR equipment that will be available for checkout on April 19th!
Homido – V2 Virtual reality headset
Use your smartphone to create a virtual reality experience with this Homido VR headset. A 100-degree field of vision delivers a fully immersive viewing experience, and the focus adjustment feature means you don't have to remove your glasses to enjoy your games or movies
Bring virtual reality to life with Google Cardboard. Using your smartphone and VR apps,¹ this quality viewer puts the world of VR right in your hands.
Rico Theta 360 camera
You can capture your entire surroundings with the simple press of the shutter button. Enjoy a new world of images you have never experienced before.
Today begins Women's History Month!
To celebrate, we've asked our Library assistants to put together a display by choosing books that focused on journalist topics, women and stories that fascinated and inspired them most. We'd like to thank them sincerely for taking the time to help us with this! Thank you again, to TJ Purdy who helped us pick out some amazing photography books to give our display such a fascinating aesthetic touch! We are proud of our library assistants and hope you'll stop by to catch their work this month, again!
Check out photos on our facebook page!
Click on each book to read why the book they picked inspired them.
Photo Books picked by Terrance
We are so excited about the great display of books that our own Student Information assistant, Terrance Purdy put together for us in celebration of Black History Month. Come by and check out all his wonderful choices!
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
Your article has been accepted for publication in a journal and, like your colleagues, you want it to have the widest possible distribution and impact in the scholarly community. In the past, this required print publication. Today you have other options, like online archiving, but the publication agreement you’ll likely encounter will actually prevent broad distribution of your work.
You would never knowingly keep your research from a readership that could benefit from it, but signing a restrictive publication agreement limits your scholarly universe and lessens your impact as an author.
Why? According to the traditional publication agreement, all rights —including copyright — go to the journal. You probably want to include sections of your article in later works. You might want to give copies to your class or distribute it among colleagues. And you likely want to place it on your Web page or in an online repository if you had the choice. These are all ways to give your research wide exposure and fulfill your goals as a scholar, but they are inhibited by the traditional agreement. If you sign on the publisher’s dotted line, is there any way to retain these critical rights?
Yes. The SPARC Author Addendum is a legal instrument that modifies the publisher’s agreement and allows you to keep key rights to your articles. Learn more.
This open access message has been brought to you by SPARC, the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition.
The latest Missouri Photo Workshop multimedia project is now online – it’s a wonderfully edited, insightful interviews with five outstanding women photographers/editors. I encourage you to check it out here on Vimeo, and it will soon be on the MPW website:
It was done by three undergrads – Annaliese Nuremberg, Whitney Matewe and Ellie Cherryhomes.
Check out more about the MPW books that have been published.