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JOMC 716: Research Methods (and Beyond!)  

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When completing the request form,

  • Enter the course number in the Additional Notes field like this MATC: JOMC716.
  • Books are mailed to you via the U.S. Postal Service and return postage is included.
  • Any books can be requested except for required textbooks.

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MATC LogoThis page provides links to important resources for the study of JOMC 716: Research Methods (and beyond!) in UNC's School of Journalism and Mass Communication in the MATC program.

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Pre-Orientation Info. & Checklist

Welcome to the MATC program! Stephanie Brown is the MATC Librarian, and she's excited to show you research resources for your classes.

Below are introductory notes about using UNC’s library. There are also three tasks for you to do prior to orientation (search for an article, email it to Stephanie, and chat Stephanie).

Please review the slides and do the three quick tasks before the Aug. 12 library session.

You may also download a pdf of these slides.


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