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Hi all,

I've recently put two new resources on the website for Georgia State's
Moving Image Studies program that might be of broad interest.  One is a
guide to doing research on film and moving images in the library; the
other is a list of writing tips intended for our Ph.D. students'
guidance.  There are some tips that are probably specific to our
program, and of course no one writing guide fits every program, but I
thought I'd share.

Go to the Moving Image Studies website
(http://communication.gsu.edu/movingimagestudies/intro.html) and look in
the "Links" section.

Hope you find it useful.

Greg Smith




Greg M. Smith
Associate Professor and Graduate Director
Moving Image Studies Program
Film/Video/Digital Imaging Program
Department of Communication
Georgia State University
http://www.gsu.edu/~jougms (personal website)
http://communication.gsu.edu/movingimagestudies/intro.html (program
website)

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