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This four minute video highlights three suggested library resources for COMM 2200 speeches: Opposing Viewpoints, Academic Search Ultimate, and Statista. Updated Fall 2020. Direct link to the video: https://youtu.be/atYsQipZYc4
This four minute video highlights library resources and services relevant for COMM 2200 students, including the COMM 2200 research guide, presentation practice rooms, laptop borrowing, etc. Updated Fall 2020. Direct link to the video: https://youtu.be/aTpMlmoMKxA
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MTSU’s Walker Library has a COMM 2200 guide dedicated to library databases and other resources for finding supporting materials for COMM 2200 speeches. I encourage you to watch this four-minute video that introduces some specific library databases you will want to consult.
Librarians are available to help you find articles, books, and other sources. Visit the library's first floor reference desk to get help, or use the online chat or email options at http://libanswers.mtsu.edu/.
In addition to the databases and resources on the COMM 2220 guide, the library offers access to hundreds of other article and research databases. You can consult a relevant Library Research Guide to identify useful databases for your topic.
For those who are on campus, the library has presentation practice rooms where you can record yourself giving or practicing a speech. This short video introduces the other library resources and services that will be most useful to you in COMM 2200 this semester.