This guide provides information about and links to a wide variety of resources at and through UNC Libraries related to your group podcast project for MUSC056. Important deadlines to remember:
September 16 by 7:00pm: Annotated bibliography
October 5 by 7:00pm: Group project proposal
October 28 by 7:00pm: Outline/script draft
November 30 by 11:59pm: Recorded podcast
December 4 4:00-6:00pm: Peer review
Search this Articles+ link to find full-text journal articles through the library catalog..
The Media & Design Center, located in the basement of the Undergraduate Library, is an important resource for this project. Your class has a training session on podcasting with MDC Sept. 21.
Here is a link to their guide on creating a podcast.
Many CDs and vinyl LPs have liner notes containing useful information about the works and performers on the recording. Either search our streaming audio databases or look up and request a sound recording from the Library Catalog to read them.
Once you find an opera in Opera in Video (Alexander Street Press), look under the "Details" tab for supplemental materials.
Once you find a sound recording in Naxos Music Library, look for the "Booklet" icon for liner notes.
Search the UNC Library catalog here for books, e-books, recordings, streamed recordings, and much more. Search in ALL FIELDS and then refine your results by selecting from the facets (online, resource type, location, etc.) on the left of the results page.
The Music Library owns thousands of physical recordings, books and scores as well as online materials. You can come to the music Library to browse and check out items or request them through the library catalog and pick them up at any library on campus. If you need a media drive to play CDs, you can request one for in-library use as well. We also have playback equipment for vinyl LPs and CDs in the Music Library.
Additional resources can be found on the Music Library home page.
Contact Music Library staff at email@example.com for research or other assistance.
Here are some links to additional resources in the catalog. They are only examples of other catalog searches you might want to make. You can also perform an All Fields search in the catalog on the name of a composer, artist, work, place, etc.
You can use some of the same terminology when searching for journal articles.