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Media Management

Welcome to the LibGuide for Media Management! The guide helps you discover relevant literature and research, write your own research and keep up to date with your field.

How to combine search terms (AND/OR/NOT)

The University of Auckland

Video Tutorials from the Library

Short Youtube tutorials for the Arcada library’s e-resources

Reference Management & Mendeley

You can use the reference management software Mendeleyn to get your references in order. To use Mendeley, you must first download the program and create your own user account.

Harvard Citation Style

At Arcada, the APA7 citation style is recommended when citing your sources. Learn more:

What if I only find an abstract and would like to read the full article?

1. Check the details in the abstract of the article to find out when and in which journal the article has been published. Use Arcada Finna to see if the journal/article is available at the Arcada library. NB: Use the name of the journal as your search phrase. If you did not find the journal this way continue to step 2:

2. If you couldn't find the journal at Arcada you can see if it is available at any other university library (for instance the Helsinki University Library, the Diak library, the Hanken library etc).

Open Finna.fi. Through Finna.fi you find the library catalogues of all Finnish Universities as well as most of the Finnish public libraries. Use the name of the journal as your search phrase. Limit your search to the format: journal. If the journal is found you can visit that university library and read the journal on site. You can also search directly in a specific library catalogue, for instance Diak Finna or Hanken School of Economics Finna.

What is Peer Review?

Library Skills Training

Learn more on the difference between Google and scholarly databases, what to keep in mind when starting your searches, get some good tips on search techniques and much more: