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Exam 3 (Final) Study Guide

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It’s ready! The format of the exam will be just like your last two exams. Check out the guide and study hard… :-)

Exam 2 Study Guide

Here’s the study guide for our second exam! Good luck.

Week of Sept. 17: Media Research and Exam 1 Study Guide

Found this photo in a Flickr search. Looks oddly like our class’s study guide, but it’s not! Photo by Christopher Jimenez.

How do researchers study the effects of the media on audiences? How do they determine what kinds of media content are most common? There are a variety of answers to these questions, each with its own strengths and weaknesses.

This week, we’ll explore those answers and the insights they have yielded so far. You’ll also get a chance to try media research for yourself! Start thinking now about what topic you think we should study as a class on Thursday. I’ll take your suggestions on Tuesday.

It’s almost time for our first exam, too, which is on Tuesday, Sept. 25. Here’s your study guide. Let me know if you have questions.

Exam 3 Study Resources

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The end is in sight! Start studying early so you don't look like this...and best of luck on all your finals!

I’ve created a study guide for you for Exam 3 on Wednesday, May 23 at 1 p.m. Click on the link to see/download the Google Doc or just read it below.

Remember that you can also use the website created by Pearson, your textbook’s publisher, to review for the exam. As I said for Exams 1 and 2, remember that not everything on the exam is mentioned on the Pearson website, and topics are covered in the textbook that will not be on the exam, so be sure to use the study guide as your main guidance for your review.

Good luck!

Exam 2 Study Resources

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I’ve created a study guide for you for Exam 2 on Wednesday, April 18. Click on the link to see/download the Google Doc or just read it below.

Remember that you can also use the website created by Pearson, your textbook’s publisher, to review for the exam. As I said for Exam 1, remember that not everything on the exam is mentioned on the Pearson website, and topics are covered in the textbook that will not be on the exam, so be sure to use the study guide as your main guidance for your review.

Good luck!

Study Resources for Exam 1

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I’ve created a study guide for you for Exam 1 on Wednesday, March 7. Click on the link to see/download the Google Doc or just read it below.

You might also like to use the website created by Pearson, your textbook’s publisher, to review for the exam. You can select your textbook and then use the drop-down menu to access quizzes over the book’s content. However, not everything on the exam is mentioned on the Pearson website, and topics are covered in the textbook that will not be on the exam, so be sure to use the study guide as your main guidance for your review.

Good luck!