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Music Library Instruction and Workshops
Information Literacy in music research, performing, and education
Are the instruments "huur" and "birimbao" related?
Who is the "musical" Prince of Darkness
What opera is the character "Marfa" from
What is the Deutsche number of the song "Ich bin vergnugt" by Schubert?
What kind of musical instruments might be used by people who speak the Quechua language
What exactly is a Breviary?
This hour long workshop will give your students the skills to answer all these questions, and more. Primarily for first year undergraduates (or those who act like it), this workshop will address searching, article type, article structure, works lists, and bibliographies within the most important reference book in the musician's toolbox.
Additionally, in the course of the workshop, students will learn how to begin research and developing a research topic.
For a more in-depth and longer workshop, see Intro to Music Research