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ITP The Interactive Telecommunications Program: Strategies for thesis writers

A starting place for researchers; points to tools for finding books, scholarly articles, reviews, and other topical and collection-related information in the Interactive Telecommunications Program.

Meet with Subject Specialist Librarians

Request a one-on-one meeting with any of our subject specialist librarians or archivists from the list linked below. Having trouble choosing? You can also request a consultation by filling out this form. We'll select the best person to help with your research topic.

Consult Research Guides

Research guides are created by subject librarians to help you find information in different subject areas.

Use Dissertations and Other Theses

Why use a dissertation (thesis) for research? Dissertations can be especially useful for locating recent research that may not yet be published in book or article format. Revised dissertations are often published later as books or scholarly articles; to find these, try searching for other works written by the same author.

Find Books at Other Libraries

Oxford Bibliographies Online

Citation Indexes

Citation indexes track references that authors put in the bibliographies of published papers. They provide a way to search for and analyze the literature in a way not possible through simple keyword/topical searching.