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  1. Playboy's College Girls November 2004 by Editors Of Playboy's College Girls Magazine, 2004
  2. Playboy Magazine April 1993 Spring Campus Bash College by Playboy Magazine, 1993
  3. Playboy's Sexy Nude Coeds (2003): Subscriber Only Issue
  4. Playboy's College Girls Magazine July/August 2010 (1-178, SEXY Summer School Hotties! Christine Veronica Art Institution of Phoenix Coed!)
  5. Playboy's College Girls February 1991
  6. Rolling Stone magazine (March 23, 1989) *Special College Issue *Madonna cover
  7. Playboy's College Girls September-October 2005 by Editors Of Playboy's College Girls Magazine, 2005
  8. Playboy's College Girls March 2002
  9. Newsweek Magazine (Finding the right college for you, Fall 2010) by various, 2010
  10. Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, Volume 43: Number 9 (June 1951) by Dartmouth College, 1951-01-01
  11. Playboy's College Girls April-May 1996 by Editors Of Playboy's College Girls Magazine, 1996
  13. Playboy's College Girls April 1997
  14. Playboy Magazine October 2001 (College Girls Nude! S.E.C. Beauties are rowdy and to party!)

81. Free College And University Magazine - Get Free Magazines -
Free college and University magazines Free onlineversion, in print, trial issues and subscription.
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Covering college news from the New York Times with an archive and more. Online version of the same title.
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For high school students. Includes print version subscription info.
Student Leader Magazine Online
The articles are intended to be most useful to top campus leaders. The National College Magazine Online Online version of the same title. ThinkCurrent Magazine Online Student-driven news magazine distributed to campuses throughout the USA. Online version of the same title.

82. The College Of St. Scholastica Library Lab: Worksheet Four: Magazines
The college of St. Scholastica Library Lab Worksheet Four Finding Journal Articles.magazines. magazines are the cable television of the periodical world.
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Worksheet Four: Finding Journal Articles Magazines Magazines are the cable television of the periodical world. It seems that for every conceivable interest there is a magazine to support it. There are news magazines, cooking magazines, sports magazines, boating magazines, model rocketry magazines, even kite flying magazines. Magazines do not necessarily lack quality (although some are really bad) and they can play a useful roll in the research process, however, they are not taken as seriously as the scholarly journals or even the trade journals. Magazines have a responsibility to sell advertising and subscriptions, which is in direct contrast to journals that have a responsibility to present new ideas and foster discussion about them. Some characteristics of magazines: 1. Published by commercial publishers. 2. Audience is often targeted by age, gender, hobby or other interest. 3. Authors' credentials usually not given.

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3x2. Cable Davis 63 205 4.80 Butte college, CA colleges Pitt, SJSU, Hawaii, Utah. JohnEvans 6-2 200 Chabot college, CA colleges Pitt, Hawaii, UNLV, SJSU.

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Colleges: Pitt, SJSU, Hawaii, Utah. "Cable has a real live arm and can throw with anybody," said head coach Craig Rigsbee. Davis passed for 1,833 yds and 12 TDs this past season. 3x2. David Edgerton 6-2 205 4.72 Garden City CC, KS Colleges: Bay, EMU. David is a great leader and has a cannon for an arm. Passed for over 2,000 yds and 25 TDs as a soph. Led the league in passing. Baylor and E. Michigan are in the hunt. 3x3. John Evans 6-2 200 Chabot College, CA Colleges: Pitt, Hawaii, UNLV, SJSU. John was 8th in the nation this year, passing for 1,948 yds and 19 TDs, completing 120 of 228 passes. A pure pro style drop back QB. 3x2. Willie Gardner 6-1 185 4.40 NW Miss CC, MS

84. Coffeyville Community College - Magazines, Videos, Newspapers
Coffeyville Community college Graham Library magazines, Videos, Newspapers. magazinesThis list provides magazines kept inhouse at the Graham Library By title.
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Magazines, Videos, Newspapers Magazines

This list provides magazines kept in-house at the Graham Library
By title. Microfilm and ProQuest holdings are also included. Videos
A video lab is available for student and community viewing. These videos remain in the library. CCC video list (in PDF, Adobe Acrobat format). Newspapers
The Graham Library holds all newspapers for 30 days, and the staff on request will hold a section for you. Requests can be made at the check-out desk. Coffeyville Community College, 400 West 11th, Coffeyville, KS 67337, (620) 251-7700, or 1-800-782-4732

85. Popular Magazines Vs. Scholarly Journals - Skyline College
Popular magazines, Scholarly Journals. last revised 125-01 by Eric Brenner, SkylineCollege, San Bruno, CA These materials may be used for educational purposes
S kyline C ollege ... ibrary Popular Magazines vs. Scholarly Journals
Popular Magazines Scholarly Journals Overall appearance
Glossy paper, advertisements,heavily illustrated, attractive in appearance Serious, may contain graphs or charts; no glossy pages, photographs; few or no advertisements Audience General Public Scholars and students Authors Journalists, professional writers; credentials rarely provided Researchers, scholars, or experts in the field; the article includes their academic credentials Documentation Sources sometimes cited for news articles, but rarely Cite sources in footnotes or bibliography Purpose Provide general information Report on or review original research or experimentation in narrowly focused discipline or academic subject. Article Acceptance
Articles written by hired reporters, edited by magazine editors Often undergo a "peer-review" process reviewed by other scholars in the field before being published sometimes these journals are called "refereed journals" Examples Time, Newsweek, Psychology Today

86. Durham College - Library - E-journals / E-magazines / E-newspapers / E-books
Ejournals / e-magazines / e-newspapers / e-books click here for access after Off-CampusInternet access for Durham college students and staff is available for
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... (Algonquin College) denotes an Adobe Acrobat file will open in a new window. If you require the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here E-journals / e-magazines / e-newspapers / e-books click here for access after reading the descriptions below Logging In: Please have your 9 digit student or staff number ready. Off-Campus Internet access for Durham College students and staff is available for the following electronic products: EBSCOhost: This is a collection of primarily American (some Canadian content) databases. When doing a search, you can select one database or as many as you wish. The major divisions are: Academic Search Premier Excellent journal collection covering the social sciences, humanities, general science, multi-cultural studies, education, nursing -

87. New College Of California Library - E-Magazines
If you choose Windows you will finally get links to the magazines. This iconwill take you back to New college Home Page, New college of California 777
(Work in progress. In the meantime, here are some leads from some portals.) Yahoo's magazine guide Infoseek doesn't use categories like Yahoo, but if you go to Infoseek's main page and search for "magazines" you will get something like this: Best bets: Magazines Auto news and publications Science fiction, fantasy, horror Computer magazines Self-employment Business magazines Snap! "Magazines" is a visible sub-category of News, but it is also a hidden category for many other fields. Search for "magazines" and you will be given some 25 pages of magazines under various topics. AltaVista doesn't offers "Magazines" on its front page, but if you search for "magazines" you will get over 3 million hits, making AltaVista less practical than the best for finding online magazines. LookSmart . Search for "magazines" and you will get thousands of hit, and not topically organized. It's an interesting list, but not as convenient as Yahoo's approach. For an explanation of what LookSmart is see =

88. American River College Library: Journals Or Magazines?
Audience magazines are written for the general reader, so articles are usually AmericanRiver college Library, 4700 college Oak Avenue, Sacramento CA 95841


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CAN you identify scholarly journals vs. popular magazines-by looking at an article online or a publication in the Periodicals Room of the library? At times, it is difficult to tell, but these criteria will definitely help you distinguish the two. JOURNALS MAGAZINES Contents
Journals contain news and research topics from a particular professional field of study. They are usually published monthly or quarterly. Articles usually include notes and/or references (a useful bibliography of more sources on the topic). Contents
Magazine articles contain articles about current events and general interest subjects. They are usually published weekly or monthly. Articles have few notes and no bibliography. It is sometimes impossible to cite where or how the author got their information to write the article. Source
Journals are usually published by a professional society or organization and cover major areas of professional, technical

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  • 90. Football (College) -- General Interest Magazines -- All-America Teams
    Note What follows is a finding aid to a collection of general interest magazinescontaining articles announcing college AllAmerica football teams.
    Joyce Series No.: Note: What follows is a finding aid to a collection of general interest magazines containing articles announcing college All-America football teams. Included are most of Walter Camp's and (subsequently) Grantland Rice's articles for Collier's. The date in the left-hand column indicates the season for which a particular team was chosen. The contents of all magazines are complete. Box 1 (FBC902-1)
    Caspar W. Whitney, "Amateur Sport. All-America Team - concluded," Harper's Weekly 40, no 2038 (Jan 11, 1896), 45.
    Walter Camp, "Sport of the Amateur on Field and Water," Collier's Weekly 22, no 15 (Jan 14, 1899), 20.
    Walter Camp, "Sport of the Amateur on Field and Water," Collier's Weekly 24, no 15 (Jan 13, 1900), 21.
    Walter Camp, "Sport of the Amateur," Collier's Weekly 26, no 12 (Dec 22, 1900), 24-25.
    Walter Camp, "The All-America Football Team," Collier's 34, no 14 (Dec 31, 1904), 19-23.
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    91. Sauk Valley Community College ONLINE - Library
    magazines and Journals Online Business Week, Fortune, Money. Newsweek, People,Time, US News and World Report, American Chemical Society (various publications),
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    92. College And University Publications,magazines, Press,media
    college and University publications, Academy. Daphne, AL USA. BONN GERMANY. http// TVI Community college TVI Times.
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    Daphne, AL USA ACCESS ADVOCATE SAN PABLO, CA USA Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications Lawrence, KS USA African Studies Quarterly site in English, interdisciplinary online scholarly journal relating to the African continent, archives, submission information Gainesville, FL USA African Technology Forum site in English, magazine in English on science and technology in Africa based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, archives, subscription information

    93. Oakland Community College: Libraries: Help: Magazines/Journals/Newspapers Title
    1. Select magazines/journals/newspaper title search by clicking on the radio buttonnext to magazines/Journals/Newspaper Title on the Basic Search screen.
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    magazines/journals/newspaper title search by clicking on the radio button next to "Magazines/Journals/Newspaper Title" on the Basic Search screen. 2. Type and enter the title, starting with the first word, except: if a title begins with an article ("a," "an," or "the") omit this and start with the next word. "Magazines/Journals/Newspaper Title" search functions like a general Title search to let you know whether the library has a particular periodical or newspaper. It does not search for particular articles; for that purpose use one of our WWW databases SOME HELPFUL HINTS:
    • You need type only enough of the title to distinguish it from other titles. For example, area trends in eployment should be enough to retrieve aea trends in employment and unemployment . But journal of is not enough; many titles start with those words.

    94. >  News & Media > Magazines
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  • 95. AIM25: Royal Holloway, University Of London: Magazines Of Bedford College
    ARCHON Contact details. magazines of Bedford college. IDENTITY STATEMENT.Reference London. Title magazines of Bedford college. Date(s) 18861985.

    96. Mills College: ENG 160, Writing For Magazines, Sarah Pollock
    English 160 Writing for magazines. Instructor Sarah Pollock. Textbooks This courseis about writing for magazines, and the best way to learn it is by doing it.
    English 160
    Writing for Magazines
    Instructor: Sarah Pollock
    Intro to Magazine Writing,
    Magazine Feature Writing,

    by Rick Wilber
    1995 Writer's Market
    published by Writer's Digest Books
    Course Description
    This course is about writing for magazines, and the best way to learn it is by doing it. In addition to the texts, we will rely on current magazines for story models and topic guidelines. The course will emphasize creative story ideas and lots of writing and revising, and the classroom time will be interactive and collaborative. There will be occasional guest speakers. By the time you finish this course you should have a good sense of how to develop a magazine story from idea to publication. You will sharpen your non-fiction writing skills, from leads to use of quotes to overall story structure, and you will also advance your research and interviewing techniques. You will develop a more sophisticated understanding of how to focus a story for a particular audience and you will have a broad overview of the diversity of magazines being published.
    Course Procedures
    We will use the syllabus as a general guideline for the direction of the course (and you should always keep up with the assigned reading), but topics may vary according to the interests of the students in the course and the availability of guest speakers. I will offer regular instruction on the topics listed, but we will also spend much of the class time in discussion and collaborative editing sessions.

    97. Keyano College Library - Journals And Magazines
    A public that is curious is the target audience of these magazines. Allcontents copyright ©, 2002, Keyano college. All rights reserved.

    A. Introduction
    It can be a challenge to determine the usefulness and reliability of material found in any library's periodical collection. This guide will assist you in the evaluation of resources and the ability to distinguish between scholarly journals and popular magazines or other periodicals.
    B. Definition
    Essentially, a journal is a periodical that contains articles of interest to a particular group, while magazines contain articles and stories with photographs on a variety of current topics of interest to a much wider group of people. Often the terms "journals," "magazines" and "periodicals" are used interchangeably.
    C. Similarities
    What they have in common is that:
    • By definition all three are collections of articles They are a form of communication They appear periodically
    D. Differences
    The differences are just as numerous as the "types" of journals one can find. Journals can be scholarly, general, popular or sensational. The differences consists mainly in:
    • Author Focus Target/Audience Appearance Publisher Funding
    E. Scholarly Magazines

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    99. Canadian Home Based Learning
    Formerly Canadian Homeschool Resource Page. Links to chats and forums, other homeschooling sites, educational sites and homeschooled kids' personal pages; lists of homeschooling conferences, universities and colleges accepting homeschoolers, books, magazines, catalogues; news, the homeschoolca list quilt project, kids and parents speaking about their experiences, science projects and science questions answered.
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    It is a place where Canadian homeschoolers facing regulation difficulties can discuss it with others, find support and a collective voice. Only those interested in discussing the political and legal aspects of home education will find this list of interest. It has been the pattern of this list to operate in fits and starts as issues are raised and discussed. Long periods of silence are common. To join send email

    100. Little Magazines, Alternative Press & Poetry Store Collections
    Enquiries to Little magazines Department The Library University CollegeLondon Gower Street London WC1E 6BT Telephone 020 7679
    Little Magazines, Alternative Press and Poetry Store Collections Sampling the Visible : an exhibition in the Flaxman Gallery of work with a visual emphasis from the Little Magazines and Poetry Store collections 10,500 vols The Little Magazines Collection was set up in 1964 as a Library initiative with the original aim of collecting all current U.K. little magazines and small press publications; this was soon broadened to include North American Commonwealth , and a smaller number of significant European titles. A section of Alternative Press (or Underground Press) publications was added in the mid-1960s, because of the connections between the two types of publishing activity, and the collection includes various community newsletters, underground comics such as Oz Frendz and International Times , arts bulletins, and radical papers, amongst other categories, gradually declining after the early 1970s. The sheer quantity of little magazines and small press publications soon led to the Library being much more selective but there are very extensive holdings of U.K. publications in particular, and large but less comprehensive holdings of U.S. publications. There is also a selection of magazines and books from the Commonwealth, Europe and other countries and a small collection of reference material either about little magazine and small press activities or of a more general critical or background nature. The library currently subscribes to around 200 little magazine titles. Over 3500 little magazine and alternative press titles are held in all.

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