Primary Sources in Interdisciplinary Music Research
Library & Information Services
Information Literacy in Music: An Instructor's Companion
This assignment was created for "German Music and Politics," an upper level undergraduate course at Dickinson College taught by professor of music Amy Lynn Wlodarski. It is cross-listed for the academic departments of music and German. In the music curriculum, this course is one choice among a cycle of required seminars targeting third-year students (juniors). The course is designed to engage students in historical and interdisciplinary music research, and to prepare them for writing a senior theses. The meeting place is a smart classroom with a seminar table. This course typically has between six and twelve students, and meets for seventy-five minutes twice a week.
Doran, Kirk. "Primary Sources in Interdisciplinary Music Research." In Information Literacy in Music: An Instructor's Companion, edited by Beth Christensen, Erin Conor, and Marian Ritter, 209-212. Middleton, Wisconsin: Co-published by MLA, Music Library Association and A-R Editions, Inc., 2018.