Media Making

This guide is aimed at helping you learn more about media sources

More Social Media Tools

More media platforms

Did you know that you can use all kinds of social media resources to create and share academic work? Consider the links below

decorative social media icons in rainbow chalk

Image source: "Social Media Icons on Chalk Sticks" by Jamie Spencer is licensed under CC BY 2.0

Social Media
Book sharing

Share and borrow bookmarks with others online. Organize your own research with tags and in folders.


Online Zines

Zines and Subcultures

box of zines

Image source: "Marceline SmithFollow My gigantic zine collection part 3" by Marceline Smith is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

"The concept of zines is rooted in the amateur press movement, arising in the subculture of science-fiction fans in the 1930s. The first fanzine publishers were searching for a space for their own short stories and so started printing their own magazines. ... In the 1970s, zines became part of the punk movement – starting in the u.k. and u.s.a. they soon spread into other countries. " - From ZineLab

The links below feature zine-making and sharing sites and zines