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A collection of information resources and guidance for Journalism, Media and Humanities students

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Welcome

Welcome to this subject guide page for Media and Humanities disciplines studied across the Universities at Medway. This includes but is not limited to:

  • Journalism
  • Law
  • University Entrance Diploma

Here you will find useful information resources specific to your discipline. Please note that each university will have its own unique set of subscriptions and access rights, this has been indicated wherever possible.

If you are having trouble accessing a resource via your University gateway, please email me, Lesley Gould, for help.

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Conferences and events

What does it mean to be human? Adam (and Eve) Inside and Outside the garden.

Wednesday 18th September, 6.30-9.00pm

Part of the 'See-through Stories: Windows on the World series' hosted by the University of Kent and delivered by Professor Tod Linafelt (Georgetown University, USA).

For more details, click here

Future Learn

Future Learn offers short, online training courses that have been designed by reputable universities from all around the world. 

Check out this course on What does it mean to be human? An introduction to the Humanities from the University of Newcastle Australia - join now for free! 

New/featured resources

Times Higher Education (THE) online

  • Did you know Kent staff and students have access to the Times Higher Education Supplement? Instructions on how to register are available here.
  • From May 2019, Greenwich staff and students also have access to the THE online. Instructions are available here.
  • CCCU staff and students also have access to the THE online. Instructions are available here.

Other guides

You may find some of our other LibGuides useful for your discipline. Here are the ones I recommend taking a look at:

Other guides

Your home university also provides subject guides, often focusing on a specific programme:

  • Greenwich (including History, Politics and Literature).
  • Kent (including Literature, Philosophy and History).