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Connecting Music and Place: Exploring Library Collection Data Using Geo-visualizations
(Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2017-03-26)
Objectives – This project had two stated objectives: 1) to compare the location and concentration of Saskatchewan-based large ensembles (bands, orchestras, choirs) within the province, with the intention to draw conclusions ...
Applying the Flipped Classroom Methodology in a First-Year Undergraduate Music Research Methods Course
(Music Reference Services Quarterly, 2016-05-21)
Online learning environments and teaching tools are becoming increasingly present on University campuses and continue to impact the way information literacy instruction is delivered. The flipped classroom is a methodology ...
Local Music Collections: Strategies for Digital Access, Presentation, and Preservation - A Case Study
(New Review of Academic Librarianship, 2016-05-21)
The Saskatchewan Music Collection (SMC) is a local music collection held at the University of Saskatchewan. This case study examines a project to digitize and present this unique special collection in the online environment. ...
Mobile Access to Audio and Video Collections in Libraries and Other Cultural Institutions
(Partnership : the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 2011)
Mobile devices have become commonplace, and are increasingly capable of accessing multi-media resources such as audio and video. Many libraries maintain multi-media digital collections that could be accessed on mobile ...