A Music Librarian’s Guide to Creating Videos and Podcasts

A-R Editions, Inc. A Music Librarian’s Guide to Creating Videos and Podcasts is a guide every music librarian will want to use to develop and enhance multi-media skills. The digital age has created a divide between music librarians and their patrons: traditional models of interaction have been superseded or replaced by electronic communication, and virtually all librarians have felt the ensuing decline of their users’ information-seeking skills. Music librarians can now be proactive in reaching out to patrons digitally with videos and podcasts, since editing technologies for both platforms have become inexpensive and easy to use. In A Music Librarian’s Guide to Creating Videos and Podcasts Katie Buehner and Andrew Justice give music librarians the step-by-step instructions for creating their own content in both Mac and PC platforms. This ready reference on videos should find home in every library and also many personal collections.

Guide to Developing a Library Music Collection

Amer Library Assn Although music may be the most widely experienced and appreciated of the arts, its technical language renders it one of the most obscure when it is to be written down, described, analyzed, and cataloged. In addition, the peculiarities of music publishing formats, their sources of supply and acquisition, and of binding, shelving, circulation, and cataloging, mean that knowledge beyond the usual bookjournal orbits is required of librarians charged with building music collections. This Guide to Developing a Library Music Collection is intended to assist librarians who are new to music collection development, and who want some tips on how to get started.

Outreach for Music Librarians

A-R Editions, Inc. Many music librarians are tasked with reaching out to their primary user groups, but don’t know how to start this process, or need new ideas to spur them forward. Outreach for Music Librarians is a manual designed to provide immediate, practical help in the planning, implementation, and assessment of outreach projects. This manual is divided into three sections: (1) foundational principles to be kept in mind no matter the project; (2) an introduction to six different outreach projects with all the information needed to implement; and (3) case studies of outreach projects at four vastly different libraries. While this manual is aimed at newer practitioners, Outreach for Music Librarians provides such a wide breadth of information that even experienced music librarians should find new inspiration and should include it in their own collections.

Making Sense of Business Reference

A Guide for Librarians and Research Professionals

American Library Association This is the guide to keep at your side when serving business students, job-seekers, investors, or entrepreneurs in your library.

Guide to the Formation of a Music Library

A Guide to Library Research in Music

Scarecrow Press A Guide to Library Research in Music introduces the process and techniques for researching and writing about music. This informative textbook provides concrete examples of different types of writing, offering a thorough introduction to music literature. It clearly describes various information-searching techniques and library-based organizational systems and introduces the array of music resources available. Each chapter concludes with learning exercises to aid the students' concept application and skill development. Appendixes provide short cuts to specific topics in library organizational systems, including Library of Congress Subject Headings and Classification. The concluding bibliography provides a quick overview of music literature and resources, emphasizing electronic and print publications since 2000, but including standard references that all music researchers should know.

World Guide to Library, Archive, and Information Science Associations

Second, completely revised and expanded Edition

Walter de Gruyter Das Handbuch informiert über Verbände, die in den Bereichen Bibliothekswesen, Dokumentation, Informationswissenschaft und Archivwesen wirken. Die zweite, vollständig überarbeitete und stark erweiterte Ausgabe umfasst 633 ausführliche und aktuelle Einträge aus über 130 Ländern. Mehr als 170 neue Einträge dokumentieren die neuesten Trends und Entwicklungen in diesem Bereich. Im ersten Teil werden die international tätigen Verbände in alphabetischer Reihenfolge aufgeführt, der zweite Teil listet die nationalen Verbände nach Ländern und darin alphabetisch sortiert auf. Der Band wird durch ein Namen- und ein Sachregister sowie ein Register der offiziellen Organe erschlossen. Die Einträge enthalten folgende Angaben: Name, ggf. mit Abkürzung und englischer Übersetzung Adresse mit Telefon, Telex, Fax, E-Mail und URL Funktionsträger, leitende Mitarbeiter - Sprachen, Gründungsjahr Hauptsächliche Tätigkeitsgebiete und Ziele Struktur, Finanzen Übersicht über die Mitglieder (Anzahl, Struktur, Arten der Mitgliedschaft) Mitgliederversammlungen, Tagungen, Publikationen Aktivitäten (z.B. in Gesetzgebungsverfahren oder im Bildungsbereich)

Pedagogy Development for Teaching Online Music

IGI Global With the shift towards online education, teaching and learning music has evolved to incorporate online environments. However, many music instructors, faculty, and institutions are being challenged on how to evolve their curriculum to meet these demands and successfully foster students. Pedagogy Development for Teaching Online Music is a critical scholarly resource that examines the nature of teaching and learning music in the online environment at the post-secondary level. Featuring a broad range of topics such as online and face-to-face instruction, instructional design, and learning management system, this book is geared towards educators, professionals, school administrators, academicians, researchers, and students seeking current research on designing online music courses using a social constructivist framework.

A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites

Scarecrow Press The Web is always moving, always changing. As some Web sites come, others go, but the most effective sites have been well established. A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites provides a list of key web sites in various disciplines that will assist researchers with a solid starting point for their queries. The sites included in this collection are stable and have librarian tested high-quality information: the most important attribute information can have.

Music Publishing: The Complete Guide

Alfred Music Written by an attorney with over 30 years of experience in the music industry, Music Publishing: The Complete Guide is the definitive manual on music copyright. Whereas many books on the subject are aimed at artists and songwriters, this book will serve as a thorough guide for industry pros, lawyers, and music business and law students. Subjects covered include copyright; performing rights organizations; mechanical, synchronization, and print licensing; songwriter and composer agreements; publishing administration and foreign sub-publishing; production music libraries; pitching and placement companies; sampling; and much more. The discussion also delves into historical perspective and current trends and revenue opportunities in the evolving digital marketplace. Easy-to-read narratives explain the key points for all of these types of deals. There are many sample agreements included in the book, all annotated in simple terms that explain the often complex contract language. There are also links to copyright and publishing resources, listings of foreign performance and mechanical societies, and anecdotes and case studies from real world incidents. If you're looking for a thorough grounding and go-to reference book on music copyright, not just a quick crash course, your search is over.

The Music Performance Library

A Practical Guide for Orchestra, Band and Opera Librarians

Hal Leonard Corporation (Meredith Music Resource). The music performance library is the heart of any musical ensemble, supplying music to performers and information to an entire organization. This text contains valuable information on this important topic for all musicians, including music directors, conductors, student librarians, community volunteers, professional performance librarians, and performers. This essential resource provides step-by-step directions on the librarian's responsibilities, including how to: locate and choose editions * purchase and rent music * catalog new works * store and preserve music * prepare music for performance * mark bowings * correct errata * prepare manuscripts and programs * distribute and collect parts * and communicate efficiently.

Creating a Winning Online Exhibition

A Guide for Libraries, Archives, and Museums

American Library Association Table of Contents; Illustrations;Foreword by S. Diane Shaw;Acknowledgments;Introduction;1 Online Exhibitions versus Digital Collections; 2 The Idea; 3 Executing the Exhibition Idea; 4 The Staff; 5 Technical Issues: Digitizing; 6 Technical Issues: Markup Languages; 7 Technical Issues: Programming, Scripting, Databases, and Accessibility; 8 Design; 9 Online Exhibitions: Case Studies and Awards; 10 Conclusion: Online with the Show!; Appendixes;A Sample Online Exhibition Proposal; B Sample Exhibition Script; C Guidelines for Reproducing Works from Exhibition Websites; D Suggested Database Structure for Online Exhibitions; E Timeline for Contracted Online Exhibitions; F Dublin Core Metadata of an Online Exhibition; G The Katharine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Awards; H Bibliography of Exhibitions (Gallery and Virtual);

Music Business Handbook and Career Guide

SAGE The Ninth Edition of the Music Business Handbook and Career Guide maintains the tradition of this classic text as the most comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the music industry and includes: • greater coverage of digital technology and its implications for the music industry, including digital downloads, changing production technologies, marketing via social networking, and new distribution channels • new business models and their implications, including the topics of internet outlets, the independent musician, the evolving role of producers, and satellite and internet radio • additional and updated information on careers, especially in context of a changing business environment The breadth of coverage that this book offers is unlike any resource available, which is why the Music Business Handbook is the best-selling text for any course dealing with the music industry.

Music Library Instruction

Scarecrow Press This concise manual enables readers to learn about the traits of various library programs, adapt ideas to their own settings, and ultimately benefit from the experiences of the authors.

Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy

A-R Editions, Inc. Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy offers expert guidance on planning and implementing information literacy instruction programs in a wide range of instructional situations and theoretical frameworks. The result is an exploration of various structures for engaging music students as reflective and engaged participants in today's complex information environments. This rich time of change brings renewed interest in information literacy instruction and developing new skill sets for the shifting paradigms in librarianship, as recent educational reform movement shifts information literacy away from competency standards to a more complex set of core concepts associated with metaliteracy and cognition. This transformed world requires library environments to be inclusive with the resulting cultural evolution prompting a re-examination of how best to serve a population that represents diversity of all kinds: sexual, political, disabilities, national origin, socioeconomic, religion, linguistic, body size, age, and other dimensions. As music and performing arts librarians revisit information literacy instruction, this essential book serves as a guide to creating and maintaining quality instruction programs. Music Information Literacy includes a bibliography of a critical articles, books, association documents, and government data on information literacy in academic library instruction, intended to supplement the chapters on instructional theories and techniques, instructional modes, and building relationships and collaborations presented in this book.

Music Librarianship in the United Kingdom

Fifty Years of the United Kingdom Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres

Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. The UK branch of the International Association of Music Libraries was founded in 1953. This volume of specially commissioned essays celebrates the golden jubilee of branch's foundation and surveys the achievements of the last 50 years. With an emphasis on practical music librarianship, the essays examine the challenges that have faced the profession in recent years, as well as current developments in the field and the impact of modern advances in information technology.

The International Library of Music for Home and Studio: Pianist's guide. Theory and teaching

Basic Music Reference

A Guide for Non-specialist Librarians, Library Assistants, and Student Employees

A-R Editions, Inc. Basic Music Reference is a quick-start guide designed to introduce library employees to the basic tools and techniques involved in answering questions related to music. As in every specialist subject area, music has its own terminology, but unlike most, it also has a multitude of formats—on paper and other materials—as well as special notation and frequent use of foreign languages in titles and texts. These features make it particularly difficult for library employees to answer users’ questions and thus a guide such as this one is essential. Not all libraries with a music collection can afford to hire a music reference librarian. Even libraries with such a specialist rely on support staff and student employees to answer questions when the music librarian is not available. Whatever the scenario, this volume will serve as a helpful training tool for library employees to learn about the basic music reference tools, and to develop the techniques of greatest use when answering the most common types of music-related questions

Music Career Advising

A Guide for Students, Parents, and Teachers

R&L Education Music Career Advising: A Guide for Parents Students and Teachers answers the most common music career questions through research-based career advising strategies, a comprehensive inventory of music careers, bibliography of print and on-line music career resources, and additional information gathered through interviews with leading musicians in the field, and faculty members in some of the most prestigious university music programs in the country.

American Music Librarianship

A Research and Information Guide

Routledge First Published in 2005. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Networked Library: A Guide for the Educational Use of Social Networking Sites

A Guide for the Educational Use of Social Networking Sites

ABC-CLIO The lesson plans in this book enable educators to easily incorporate networking technologies into the classroom—not just a fun enrichment activity, but one that is selective and intentional to teach the required standards.

Resources in Education

College & Research Libraries News

Embedded and Empowered

A Practical Guide for Librarians

Rowman & Littlefield Embedded and Empowered: A Practical Guide for Librarians offers library professionals from all types of libraries a recipe for success in creating successful embedded librarians by providing easy-to-follow instructions, tips, and exercises.

Stories and Lessons from the World’s Leading Opera, Orchestra Librarians, and Music Archivists, Volume 1

North and South America

Emerald Group Publishing This volume contains two Open Access Chapters This collection explores the current trends and practices in the field of music performance librarianship. A helpful resource to librarians, and archivists in a variety of situations in the world of performing arts.

Organizing Library Collections

Theory and Practice

Rowman & Littlefield Written for beginning library science students, this book introduces the theory and practice of organizing library collections in a clear, straightforward, and understandable way. It explains why and how libraries organize their collections, and how theory and practice work together to help library users.

Careers in Music Librarianship III

Reality and Reinvention

A-R Editions, Inc. Music librarianship¿a profession that brings joy and satisfaction to many¿is subject to constant change that requires, in turn, continual adaptation from its practitioners so that they become comfortable with new technologies and formats, changing standards, and fresh approaches. Relevant and solid training and education are crucial to success in this field, but they alone are insufficient to guarantee placement or promotion. Recent economic shifts have created additional instability, leaving graduates from programs in librarianship sometimes unemployed and with little feedback about the quality of their experience and education while their employed counterparts likewise have little knowledge of their skills¿ relevance to the current job market. Knowledge of training, education, and current employer expectations for music librarians can help ease such concerns and pave the way for a successful career or career change. As with the two previous editions of Careers in Music Librarianship, this volume provides career resources and guidance for current and future librarians, as well as insights for mentors and educators working with these populations. With this volume, the contributors provide a selection of readings that can help people in and considering this profession to make realistic, informed, and strategic decisions about how to succeed in it. As the profession changes, so must the professionals within it, and everyone involved with music librarianship will benefit from the guidance offered in this exciting, new book.

Managing Performing Arts Collections in Academic and Public Libraries

Libraries Unlimited This professional reference provides solid advice to academic and public librarians for managing performing arts collections. The volume is divided into sections on the history of performing arts librarianship, dance collections, film studies collections, music collections, and theater collections. Each chapter is written by one or more expert contributors and presents current and reliable information on collection management. They discuss personnel management, collection development, technical services, public services, the impact of new technologies, facilities management, financial planning, and political considerations. Each chapter closes with references cited in the chapter, and the volume concludes with a valuable selected, annotated bibliography of important background sources and management tools.

Music Marketing for the DIY Musician

Creating and Executing a Plan of Attack on a Low Budget

Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Do it yourself and succeed! More and more artists are taking advantage of new technologies to try and build successful careers. But in this expanding competitive marketplace, serious do-it-yourself musicians need structured advice more than ever. In Music Marketing for the DIY Musician, veteran musician and industry insider Bobby Borg presents a strategic, step-by-step guide to producing a fully customized, low-budget plan of attack for marketing one’s music. Presented in a conversational tone, this indispensable guide reveals the complete marketing process using the same fundamental concepts embraced by top innovative companies, while always encouraging musicians to find their creative niche and uphold their artistic vision. The objective is to help artists take greater control of their own destinies while saving money and time in attracting the full attention of top music industry professionals. It’s ultimately about making music that matters, and music that gets heard! Updates include: New interviews highlighting current marketing strategies for the new music market Info on how to leverage digital marketing and streaming playlists Updated stories and examples of current music marketing principles Future forecasts and trends into music marketing New and revised services, tools, references, and contacts that can help musicians further their careers New marketing plan samples for bands/solo artists and freelance musicians and songwriters

The Successful Academic Librarian

Winning Strategies from Library Leaders

Information Today, Inc. The role of academic librarian is far from cut-and-dried. There are numerous job classifications and widely varying academic focuses and cultures to contend with. While every academic librarian is expected to meet the research needs of an institution's faculty and students, many are expected to assume other obligations as part of a faculty or tenure system. Given the many variants, library school alone ccannot prepare individuals for every aspect and flavor of academic librarianship, and intrepid librarians who find themselves in new places and positions face unique challenges. The Successful Academic Librarian is an antidote to the stress and burnout that almost every academic librarian experiences at one time or another. In its pages, Gwen Meyer Gregory and nearly 20 of her peers take a practical approach to a range of critical topics. Their advice, war stories, tips, techniques, and inspiration will help you thrive in your academic library career. -- from back cover.

School Library Journal

SLJ.

iPod and?iTunes For Dummies

John Wiley & Sons The iPod, Apple's breakthrough MP3 music player, boasts a contact list, calendar, alarm clock, notes reader, and a handful of games In its first year, iTunes has sold more than 70 million songs; since hitting the market in November 2001, the iPod has sold more than 3 million units This updated edition covers cool new third-party accessories, new iTunes features, iPod functions, troubleshooting, and more Covers naming an iPod, setting preferences, connecting and sharing an iPod, organizing a digital jukebox, playing music, copying files, burning an audio CD, searching for and downloading songs from the music store, and much more Updated and revised to include coverage on both the Windows and Mac Platforms

On the Track

A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring

Routledge On the Track offers a comprehensive guide to scoring for film and television. Covering all styles and genres, the authors, both noted film composers, cover everything from the nuts-and-bolts of timing, cuing, and recording through balancing the composer's aesthetic vision with the needs of the film itself. Unlike other books that are aimed at the person "dreaming" of a career, this is truly a guide that can be used by everyone from students to technically sophisticated professionals. It contains over 100 interviews with noted composers, illustrating the many technical points made through the text.

British Librarianship and Information Work 1991-2000

Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. This important reference volume covers developments in almost every aspect of British library and information work during the ten-year period 1991-2000. The book provides a comprehensive record of what took place in library and information management during a decade of considerable change and challenges.

Teaching Civics in the Library

An Instructional and Historical Guide for School and Public Librarians

McFarland Civics education is "on the books" in all 50 states, yet civic illiteracy is widespread. Only one third of 12th graders are able to explain the significance of the Declaration of Independence, and fewer than half of 8th graders know the purpose of the Bill of Rights. This instructional guide explores the foundations of civics education--and the reasons for its demise--with commentary from civics education leaders and scholars across the nation. Questions for eliciting civics discussion are provided for all grade levels, along with detailed civic action and service projects and reading plans. Best practices and grant writing options are included. The author argues for a return to early 20th century civics education and details the traditional and present-day role of America's libraries in developing a civic-minded populace. School and public librarians are urged to utilize trade books and carefully evaluated websites to integrate civics within educational and youth services offerings.

Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 12 - Inquiry

International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) to Intrex Project

CRC Press "The Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science provides an outstanding resource in 33 published volumes with 2 helpful indexes. This thorough reference set--written by 1300 eminent, international experts--offers librarians, information/computer scientists, bibliographers, documentalists, systems analysts, and students, convenient access to the techniques and tools of both library and information science. Impeccably researched, cross referenced, alphabetized by subject, and generously illustrated, the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science integrates the essential theoretical and practical information accumulating in this rapidly growing field."

Mastering Apple iPhone

iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, And IOS 13.1 Ultimate User Guide

Adidas Wilson The iOS 13 is the newest iOS version from Apple. This operating system continues with the optimization trend that started with the iOS 12. Everything is now more efficient and faster. The iPhone 11 has a Liquid Retina HD display. The resolution at 326 pixels per inch is 1792 x 828. According to Apple, this LCD is the most advanced. The display still supports Tap to Wake, True Tone, wide color, swipe-based gestures and other technology advancements by Apple. The contrast ratio is 1400:1 which makes it inferior to the Pro models. Haptic Touch: the 3D touch feature in the iPhone XR has been replaced by the Haptic Touch option. The A13 Bionic chip in the iPhone 11 is better than the A12 one in the iPhone XR. It is the fastest and most advanced for now.

Liaison Engagement Success

A Practical Guide for Librarians

Rowman & Littlefield This book prepares academic liaison librarians for successful engagement whether they are new to the profession, new to liaison librarianship, or part of a transitioning organization.

Recruiting, Educating, and Training Librarians for Collection Development

Greenwood Publishing Group This volume addresses three significant problems experienced by library administrators around the country: attracting new collection development librarians, educating them in appropriate library school programs, and training them to perform their jobs.

The American Bookseller

A Semi-monthly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Book, Stationery, News, and Music Trades


A Music Librarian’s Guide to Creating Videos and Podcasts
Guide to Developing a Library Music Collection
Outreach for Music Librarians
Making Sense of Business Reference
A Guide for Librarians and Research Professionals
Guide to the Formation of a Music Library
A Guide to Library Research in Music
World Guide to Library, Archive, and Information Science Associations
Second, completely revised and expanded Edition
Pedagogy Development for Teaching Online Music
A Subject Guide to Quality Web Sites
Music Publishing: The Complete Guide

The Music Performance Library
A Practical Guide for Orchestra, Band and Opera Librarians
Creating a Winning Online Exhibition
A Guide for Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Music Business Handbook and Career Guide
Music Library Instruction
Ideas, Strategies, and Scenarios in Music Information Literacy
Music Librarianship in the United Kingdom
Fifty Years of the United Kingdom Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres
The International Library of Music for Home and Studio: Pianist's guide. Theory and teaching
Basic Music Reference
A Guide for Non-specialist Librarians, Library Assistants, and Student Employees
Music Career Advising
A Guide for Students, Parents, and Teachers
American Music Librarianship
A Research and Information Guide
The Networked Library: A Guide for the Educational Use of Social Networking Sites
A Guide for the Educational Use of Social Networking Sites
Resources in Education
College & Research Libraries News
Embedded and Empowered
A Practical Guide for Librarians
Stories and Lessons from the World’s Leading Opera, Orchestra Librarians, and Music Archivists, Volume 1
North and South America
Organizing Library Collections
Theory and Practice
Careers in Music Librarianship III
Reality and Reinvention
Managing Performing Arts Collections in Academic and Public Libraries
Music Marketing for the DIY Musician
Creating and Executing a Plan of Attack on a Low Budget
The Successful Academic Librarian
Winning Strategies from Library Leaders
School Library Journal
SLJ.
iPod and?iTunes For Dummies
On the Track
A Guide to Contemporary Film Scoring
British Librarianship and Information Work 1991-2000
Teaching Civics in the Library
An Instructional and Historical Guide for School and Public Librarians
Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science: Volume 12 - Inquiry
International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) to Intrex Project
Mastering Apple iPhone
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, And IOS 13.1 Ultimate User Guide
Liaison Engagement Success
A Practical Guide for Librarians
Recruiting, Educating, and Training Librarians for Collection Development
The American Bookseller
A Semi-monthly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Book, Stationery, News, and Music Trades