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Communication: Home

For Department of Communication; also see Communication Graduate Students

COMM 3250 - Survey of Sports Communication (Harrison)

Learn about evaluating resources - CRAP Test

APA General Format - 7th edition via OWL Purdue

See the complete libguide for COMM 3250 - Survey of Sports Communication (Harrison)

Social Media Listening Center @ Cooper 5th Floor Starbucks

Scholar's Lab @ Cooper 4th Floor

Library Quick Links

ask a librarian

Demographic Data by Place - US Census

Watch the video, below, to use the: "US Census Data" database to find demographic data on a place or

See our guide for Census and Community Demographics & Statistics

Email Ed Rock librarian for Communication on questions:

Email Amanda McCleod librarian for Government Information on questions

Adobe Digital Studio/Makerspace

See the Adobe Digital Studio 5th floor at Cooper Library.

More information is here.

Email Kelsey Sheaffer at to reserve the video and audio studios for production.

See more information on the Clemson University Makerspace also 5th floor at Cooper Library.

Students in COMM 2011, COMM 1500, & COMM 2500

See video: "Finding Speech Topics" (1:31) at Cooper Library.

See video: "Defining the Literature Review" (3:11) via ECU & NC State University Libraries.

See ebook: "Conducting Research Literature Reviews: From the Internet to Paper"

Use Issues & Controversies or Opposing Viewpoints in Context for "pro-con"s. For stand-along articles on major issues summarized in key court cases, use Issues & Controversies Court Cases. Consult for more viewpoints.

Reserve 201A Cooper Library (on the 2nd floor near the elevators) to rehearse presentations.

Use the Communication Center at 216 Watt Family Innovation Center  to get help with speech writing and the rehearsal process; read more about the Communication Center.

APA Style/Associated Press Guides