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Searching DePauw's Online Catalog
[alt text: screenshot of DePauw's Music Library Homepage, displaying Discovery Search]
Make the most of your search and search strategically:
- Search for materials that are available digitally (i.e. eBooks, eMusic, etc)
- Do a quick scan for background information
- Create a list of concepts and keywords relevant to your search topic
- Group those concepts together or combine different concepts
- Use terminology and facts learned from your background information
- Look at the bibliographies of resources that you like If you like their ideas, who inspired them?
- Make sure you evaluate while searching:
- Where is this information coming from?
- Is the source biased? Scholarly? Dated?
Directly Explore our eBook Collections
Acquiring Remote Access
- If the Music Library has a physical item and you would like to find out if we can get an digital version, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your request.
- Requests for articles, book chapters, and portions of scores (e.g., a movement, a song, a part) that can be made available via remote access, will still be processed.
- Not all items are available for libraries to purchase as a digital resource, but we will find out what is and is not available.
- Please reach out if you have any requests or questions.
Refine Your Search With Filters
Use the built-in filters to refine your search. In addition to keywords or subject headings, make sure to pay attention to:
- Format (search for accessible content; i.e. downloadable article, eMusic, eBook, etc.)
- Content Type (search for accessible content; i.e. downloadable article, eMusic, eBook, etc.)
- Publication Year
Selecting and Using Keywords