Register now for the 4th annual Dalhousie Libraries Research Bootcamp! Bootcamp sessions are free to Dalhousie graduate students.
Sessions will run from May 14-June 6 and will cover library basics; literature reviews (searching & writing); citation tools; writing abstracts & grant proposals; copyright, open access & academic publishing; legal resources; engineering resources; Pubmed & other health sciences databases; humanities resources; Canadian data & stats; grey literature; research data management; Excel; data visualization; conference posters.
Music resources are located on the first floor of the Killam Memorial Library, to the right of the Killam Library Service Point Desk in the main lobby. In this one location, researchers will find music recordings, opera and recital DVDs, music scores, print music journals, books about music and music reference books such as music specific encyclopedias and directories.
Archives must be accessed at the service point in the Archives and Special Collections Reading Room on the fifth floor of the Killam Memorial Library.
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