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Welcome to the Communications Research Guide!

Welcome to the Communications research guide!  Note the tabs across the top, and the brief explanations below.

  • Get Started
    Not sure how to start your research paper or project? Check this page for information on how to plan your research and find background information.
  • Find Articles
    Communication-specific and general databases, and links to resources with Dissertations and Theses.
  • Books & More
    Search tools for finding books as well as suggested dictionaries and encyclopedias.
  • Web Resources
    Comprehensive sites for various communication resources (including statistical information), professional associations, scholarships, and online handbooks and textbooks.

Style Guides

APA is the recommended citation format for academic papers in Communication.  The APA research guide will give you an example of citations to common sources as well as links to more in-depth webpages.

MCOM classes often use the Associated Press Stylebook


    UT-Tyler Student Publications

    Communications Organizations

    • UT-Tyler Communication Club
      The purpose of the Communication Club is to provide service and education to The University of Texas at Tyler students and faculty through: public speaking, public relations, mass communications,presentations, and assistance with the job interviewing process.
    • Professional Organizations

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