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The connectedness of music—to specific places and spaces—is compelling. Forms of cultural production ranging from books, films, television, and the news media, use the associations wemake between musical genres, moods, and sounds to specific geographies, to evoke ideas and perceptions about these...
Contains recommendations and analysis regarding the University of Alberta Library's discovery system.
Presentation at the 2019 Music Library Association Conference, St. Louis, MO as part of a panel on music research data management. Panel abstract provided below: What is “research data” for music researchers and performers? How can music librarians develop their knowledge and skills to better...
Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians (CAPAL) conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, ON. June 2, 2015.
Cultural heritage institutions are increasingly collecting music resources that demonstrate connections to people, organizations and topics about specific local regions. The local music artifacts such as sound recordings, printed ephemera, and other forms of material culture contained in local...
Presentation as part of a panel at the 2019 Music Library Association Conference in St. Louis, MO: "Start local, broadcast global: building connections with local music collections." Panel abstract provided below: Local music collections inform national histories, represent the musical...
This paper discusses a project undertaken at the University of Alberta Libraries to create metadata for a notable sheet music collection: the Walder G. W. White Sheet Music Collection, which is currently in the process of being described, digitised, and promoted. The history of the collection is...
Oil Shows, Rodeos, and UFOs: The Walder G.W. White Sheet Music Collection at the University of Alberta LibrariesDownload
Slides from May 25, 2014 CAML Conference (Saint Catharines, ON), and July 15, 2014 IAML Conference presentation (Antwerp, Belgium).