Need answers? Here's a start to tracking them down.
Journalists are always asking questions, learning new tools, seeking out more information. One great place to start is the UD library, which offers research guides (including an excellent how-to on spotting fake news), resource librarians who will help you track down information, and the Student Multimedia Design Center, where you can learn software and check out equipment.
We've also created a growing database of online resources specific to journalism. If you know of a good resource to add, or if you spot a problem with a link, drop us a note at email@example.com.
Finally, begin considering yourself a professional because if there's one thing journalism is not, it's amateurish. To that end, we've added a list of journalism organizations that you should follow, if not consider joining at some point. Almost all of them offer their own resources and tools, as well as job and internship postings.