Title: The Importance of Globally Curated Music Literature for Music Programs
Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017
Time: 03:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour
With the preponderance of music literature available, it’s increasingly important for institutions with music programs to have a strategy for evaluating sources.
In this webcast event, we’re proud to bring you experts who are very active in the field of musicology who will share their views on the relevance and importance of curated music literature that is thoughtful, current, comprehensive, and global in scope.
H. Robert Cohen – Founder and Director, RIPM
Barbara Dobbs McKenzie – President, International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres and Editor-in-Chief, RILM
Ryan Bernier – Vice President, Database Partnerships, EBSCO Information Services
Moderator – Steve Kemple, Music Reference Librarian, Popular Library Department, Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County
Presented by: EBSCO & Library Journal
|So if you’re serious about your music literature curation strategy—or even just curious about what’s available—join us Thursday, January 26th at 3pm ET for this informative webcast about “The Importance of Globally Curated Music Literature for Music Programs.”|
|Attend live for the opportunity to ask our speakers questions about what’s right for your institution. Or if you can’t make it Thursday, that’s okay too. Register Now, and we’ll email you when the webcast is available for on-demand viewing.|