* These are good places to start your research. You’ve got a topic and you want an overview that helps you find an angle for your paper and points you to more in-depth resources. The sources below can help you with that.
First Stop Resources
Articles (Research Databases)
This PBS Frontline Documentary examines “takes viewers inside the very public private worlds that kids are creating online, raising important questions about how the Internet is transforming childhood.”¬¨‚Ä† It pays special attention to evolving modes of communication including social networking.
“Educators and media specialists with firsthand experience share their in-depth knowledge of the challenges of integrating media into the classroom, to give insight to educators as to how to use technology to enhance their classroom curriculum.”
“Drawing on more than 80 interviews with key figures in the print, broadcast and electronic media, and with unequaled, behind-the-scenes access to some of today’s most important news organizations, FRONTLINE correspondent Lowell Bergman examines the challenges facing the mainstream news media, and the media’s reaction, in “News War,” a special four-part series.”