Site Index

Japan
The Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan provides a section on resources and links in the field.
International film series hosted by Libraries and Media Services at Kent State University.
Kent State University's presentation of new Japanese films.
Resource links compiled by Duke University Libraries.
The REALIA Project, which stands for Rich Electronic Archive for Language Instruction Anywhere, publishes faculty-reviewed media for the teaching and study of modern languages and cultures. Includes cultures associated with the following languages: French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian
Japanese language
International film series hosted by Libraries and Media Services at Kent State University.
Systematic, extensive guide to Humanities web resources for academia. Hosted by the University of Oxford
Kent State University's presentation of new Japanese films.
Resource links compiled by Duke University Libraries.
This site provides resources for the language learner. Sponsored by the U.S. Institute of Languages.
Guide to information and professional resources for Modern and Classical Language Studies.
Jazz
Information about the presentation of the film series "Looking at: Jazz" at Kent State University, February - April, 2007.
Includes full-text of the the Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4th ed.), Grove Music Online, the Oxford Companion to Music (2002 revision) and the Oxford Dictionary of Music (2nd ed. rev.).
Jews -- History
The Jewish Virtual Library (formerly JSOURCE), a division of the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, covers a wide range of issues relating to Jewish history. Users have access to topically organized articles and photographs, including citation information. The Library has 13 "wings", including History, Women, The Holocaust, Travel, Israel & The States, Maps, Politics, Biography, Israel, Religion, Judaic Treasures of the Library of Congress, Vital Statistics and Reference. Also included is the Virtual Israel Experience, "an educational tool and virtual tour of Israel designed especially for students going on Birthright and other trips to Israel" (from the about us page).
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Job hunting
This book helps college graduates narrow their career options and learn more about jobs of interest by browsing a variety of best jobs lists, then looking up the job descriptions. 2003.
Search over 1 million job listings and resumes. Job seekers can post their resume and search for job openings. Employers can post job listings, create customized job orders and search resumes.
Links from the KSU Career Services Center including job listings, company information, job search strategies, and other career related information. Some information is specific to Kent State.
Search for jobs, post a resume.
A workbook for self-assessment, career exploration, and job search. Offers practical advice coupled with hands-on activities, exercises, charts, and graphs. 2010.
A workbook for self-assessment, career exploration, and job search. Offers practical advice coupled with hands-on activities, exercises, charts, and graphs. 2010.
Explore careers. Information is at the state level whenever possible. Includes forecasts. U.S. Dept. of Labor.
Comprehensive job and career site. Search for jobs, post your resume, read advice on many career-related topics, such as continuing education, working from home, career management, and interviewing.
Careerjet is an employment search engine for the USA. It allows you to search a selection of jobs listed on company sites as well as jobsites with one search.
Search by city or state and job category. Also post resumes, access interviewing tips, salary negotiation and more.
Provides a listing of entry level jobs, internships, and other job hunting listings, as well as tips on preparing for the job hunt, writing resumes and cover letters, interviewing, and negotiating salaries.
Wall Street Journal site of employment rates by college major. Based on data from Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.
Series of books that include general job searching information as well as career options specific to many different majors such as business, communication, criminal justice, sociology, etc.
Advice for all stages of a career in education. 2004.
Find job openings in journalism, post a resume, get advice.
Search hundreds of thousands U.S. jobs by location, job category and keyword. Post your resume and link to a Career Center for advice.
From Monster.com, this is a section geared toward college students.
Help with discovering a new career. From a partnership between government and educational agencies.
Focus is on temporary jobs. Search for jobs, post a resume, use the career guidance center.
home page for all student employment descriptions, applications, and links
Electronic resource, link through KentLINK. This book focuses on the essentials related to professional development and success in the 21st century, with an emphasis on the key areas of attitude, appearance, communication skills, the job search, and work habits.
Find sports and live event jobs.
Official job site of the U.S. federal government. Search for federal jobs, post a resume, match your skills and interests to career opportunities.
This is a guide to finding a job or changing careers, including information on useful Internet sites, how to select a career counselor, and more.
execSearches.com provides multiple resources to those seeking mid-level to executive positions in various not-for-profit industries and other socially responsible organizations including philanthropy, education and social services.
Offers an assessment to match skills with occupations. Created in partnership with the state government of Minnesota.
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Job satisfaction
This book uses career assessment quizzes and personality exercises to help readers understand their present work or career situation, discover the type of work for which they're best suited, and learn how to create the changes they need.
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Journalism
Offers many resources for journalists and individuals studying journalism.
A membership organization for daily newspaper editors.
Resources for business and financial journalists plus tutorials and online seminars.
Contains bibliographic information for articles in 60 core journals in the disciplines of communication studies and journalism. This database is the smaller version of ComIndex, a resource available only in the Reference Center of the Main Library and in selected computer labs at the University.
Web site for this venerable publication. Updated daily. Offers news and services for journalists.
The Committee to Protect Journalism Web site gives information on the promotion of press freedom around the world.
Contains quality research articles in the areas related to communication studies and mass media. Provides access to bibliographic references, reviews, recent encyclopedias and handbooks and full-text of journal articles. Depending on the journal, coverage may extend back to the first issue of a title.
Provides a comprehensive list of blogs written or produced by journalists.
Indexes the FBIS Daily Report issued by the Foreign Broadcast Information Service of the U.S. government. The FBIS Daily Reports are translated transcripts of foreign radio and television broadcasts, news agency transmissions, newspapers, periodicals, and government statments from around the world.
Report by Freedom House of the extent of press freedom across the world.
Free Press is a nonprofit, public interest organization that advocates free expression, decentralized ownership, and enhanced federal stewardship of the U.S. news and mass media.
This organization produces news stories and analyses; works with media agencies to heighten awareness of under-reported news stories from around the world; and works to link international institutions, policy-makers, donors, and individual readers to promote communication and development for a better world.
List of ranked, evaluated databases for researching topics in journalism and mass communication.
Subject guide page for Journalism
Web resources for journalism
Website launched by former student journalists who covered the day's events, with links to newspaper articles, FBI documents, photos, cartoons, videos, eye-witness accounts and more.
Produced by Columbia Journalism Review, the database describes and links to small and large news outlets around the country. Sites are included only if they have original reporting and content.
A comprehensive resource for reporters who write about science, medicine, business trends, and the economy. Also offers a database of press releases.
Web site for the Poynter Institute, covers a broad range of important issues to news journalists.
This site offers access to books, articles, speeches, essays, and curriculum plans.
Statistical Assessment Service site geared toward journalists. Aims to bring quality and reliability to the reporting of statistics.
The mission of the Society of Environmental Journalists is to advance public understanding of environmental issues by improving the quality, accuracy, and visibility of environmental reporting.
The Society of Professional Journalists supports the work of its members through many activities, including professional development, free speech advocacy, and the promulgation of ethical standards for journalism.
Guiding principles for journalists.
Web site created by Sree Sreenivasa, tech reporter for NBC and a professor at Columbia, with monthly updates on new Internet resources for journalists.
journals
Information about electronic article delivery and Interlibrary Loan Services.
Use these databases to find journal articles and other references for research in education. Access to many of these resources are limited to valid University users.
Links to research databases and electronic journals to help you find articles available at Kent State in the library's collections and through library services.
Information about using Google Scholar to access library resources.
Subject guide page for Journalism
Information that is useful when you need to check out periodicals, art books, magazines, and journals.
This list provides sources with information about journals: 1. APA's list of journals covered by PsycINFO; 2. Current journals subscriptions of the psychology department; and 3. PSYCLINE, the web guide to psychology and social science journal information.
JSTOR (Computer file)
JSTOR is an electronic archive of complete journal backruns, current to within 2 to 5 years. The collections include: Arts & Sciences I-VIII, Business Collection I-III, Ecology & Botany, General Science, and Language and Literature. For Kent State University, students and faculty now have access to 381 JSTOR journals representing over 2 million articles.
Judaism -- History
The Jewish Virtual Library (formerly JSOURCE), a division of the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, covers a wide range of issues relating to Jewish history. Users have access to topically organized articles and photographs, including citation information. The Library has 13 "wings", including History, Women, The Holocaust, Travel, Israel & The States, Maps, Politics, Biography, Israel, Religion, Judaic Treasures of the Library of Congress, Vital Statistics and Reference. Also included is the Virtual Israel Experience, "an educational tool and virtual tour of Israel designed especially for students going on Birthright and other trips to Israel" (from the about us page).
Junior high school libraries -- Best books
8th ed. Eds. Anne Price and Juliette Yaakov. New York: H.W. Wilson, 2000. An annotated and classified list of books published in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. for young adults. Includes an author, title, subject, and analytical index. Includes some out of print titles.
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Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Instructions for library users who cannot find a book on shelf.
Juvenile Collection
Print and electronic resources for children's and young adult literature.