These are some useful media and communications links with information on jobs, colleges and general media and communication issues.
National Communication Association – This not for profit organization has a mission to promote study, research, criticism, teaching and the application of the humanistic, artistic and scientific principles in the art of communication.
People-communicating.com – Not a natural communicator? No problem. This website offers tips and techniques on how to improve your interpersonal communication skills at work. This site includes listening (very important part of communicating), nonverbal communication and much more.
National Institute for Literacy – The National Institute for Literacy strives to ensure that any Americans who do have literacy needs, can access a service to help those needs, helping them to gain the basic skills they need for success.
MediaStudies – Serving to advance the research and education available in media studies, with links to international news sites, media studies sites and loads of other resources for educators, researchers, students, in fact anybody who’s interested really.
New Media Studies – This site includes book and web site reviews, marketing, web design, internet info, art guides and lots more.
JournalismJobs.com – Jobs for reporters, editors, producers, broadcasters and online media
Media Match – Great online search engine for production crew.
Communication Institute for Online Scholarship – Advocating the use of computer technologies for the service of communication education and scholarship.
The Journalistic Resources Page: Education and Research Offers links to many schools of journalism and worldwide university departments.
Emerson College – Website of Emerson College, the only private college in the whole of the U.S. exclusively devoted to communications and performing arts.