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Music: Searching for Resources

Searching for Resources

This section has information on how to utilize library resources to find research material. The tab has a drop-down option from which you can select: Finding ArticlesFinding Books and Scores, Primary Sources & Evaluation, and Online Sources & Copyright. Here you can review how to login to electronic resources.

Using Library Resources

To have full access to Jackson Library resources you must be Lander Student/Faculty/Staff.

When using Bearcat Wireless you generally do not need to login to access Library Databases. 

If prompted, use your Lander credentials to login to the resource.

You must login to your Library account in order create a PASCAL request or save search records to your account. 

Bearcat Wireless can be used to search the Library Catalog and to find articles. 

What is at the Library?

The library has a physical collection which includes books, scores, DVDs, LPs, and CDs. 

We have digital resources, including journals, databases, streaming video, as well as links to free and open source resources. 

In addition, the library provides both open quiet study spaces and private study rooms. You can borrow a variety of items, including:

Small white boards

Dry erase markers

Turntables

Box fans