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Music (classical & jazz) & Music Technology: Library Support and Help

Study Support

The skills you need to effectively exploit the information resources provided both through the library and elsewhere are essential to your academic and professional development. Use the boxes here to find ways in which these skills can be developed

Use the boxes here to find ways in which your librarians can help you find information, use it effectively, manage your time and get the most from the library.

Getting The Most from the Library

The Learning & Teaching and Research Team is able to provide you with training and support in using Library services and resources. Click here for more information about their work.

These Study Skills pages are designed to help you with ideas for developing topic maps, to inform you of the sources that make up the muisc information landscape, to help you navigate that landscape effectively and then to evaluate the material you find.

Referencing

It is vital that you reference all the material you use, quote from or refer to in your work. BMus Music students students need to use the Harvard referencing system.

MMus Music students should use the MHRA Style Guide.

A guide to using Harvard is available here.

The MHRA Style Guide is available at http://www.mhra.org.uk/style

 

 

Tutorials

We run tutorials on how to use our services. Whether you want a one to one tutorial, or you want to bring some friends, it's up to you.

Click here to book a tutorial

Research Support

As well as tutorial support for researchers, we can offer support on:

Undertaking a Literature Review – there is a guide here and the Centre for Academic Success has produced a Study Guide.

Using Other Libraries

As you study for your final assignment it is impossible for one library to hold all the information you need. There are a number of ways that you can access other resources:

 

  • SCONUL Access allows you to visit other academic libraries and use their print resources;
  • ETHOS  provides access to Ph.D. theses for UK universities;
  • COPAC is a catalogue of the holdings of over 90 UK academic and specialist libraries;
  • The Inter-Library Loans service will get you books and articles we don't hold.

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