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MUSL 2100 - Music as Global Culture - Fry: Home

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to:

  • Download and use Zotero to generate footnotes and bibliographies;
  • List the basic rights granted to copyright holders;
  • List the specific limitations to copyright;
  • Use the four factors to determine whether or not the use of copyrighted material constitutes a fair use;
  • Define ways that copyright laws vary on an international level.

The New Library Catalog:

Over the summer, the Jean and Alexander Heard Libraries migrated to a new, state-of-the-art library catalog. The new Library Catalog allows you to search for physical materials in the collections (like books, scores, and audiovisual recordings), but also provides access to journal and newspaper articles, book chapters, reviews, and more by simultaneously searching a wide variety of open access repositories and many (but not all) of the subscription databases provided by the Heard Libraries. You can learn more about the Library Catalog here.

Subject Guide

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Sara Manus
Contact:
Music Librarian for Education and Outreach / Anne Potter Wilson Music Library, 2134B / Blair School of Music / 2400 Blakemore Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212
615-322-8686
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