Welcome to Teaching Music with Primary Sources

This wiki is dedicated to teaching and promoting research using special collections. It is intended as a repository of resources for music librarians, professors, and researchers interested in promoting original critical inquiry based in music primary sources. While all visitors can view the content of this wiki, only members can edit pages and share documents. We look forward to your contributions!

How To Use This Website: Click here to learn how to join the wiki and edit pages.

Teaching Ideas: Share ideas about teaching with special collections.
Writing and Critical Inquiry: The heart of research with primary sources. Share ideas on methodology, different philosophical foundations.
Course Integrated Instruction: Share ideas and documents related to course integrated instruction using primary sources and music special collections.
Term Paper/Thesis Topics: Click here for examples and discussion topics for term papers and theses, and upload examples.
Sample Assignments: Course assignments that utilize music special collections.
Collection-Based Courses: Syllabi from courses focused in music or based on a specific special collection.
Mentoring Grants: Success stories, tips, and challenges related to mentoring grants.
Student Employee Training: Do student employees in your libraries have opportunities to work in music special collections? Has their work resulted in publications, papers, or inventories?
Bibliographies and Metasites: Bibliographies and metasites relating to teaching with primary sources, critical inquiry, and learning theories.

Links: A collection of links to interesting or provocative websites, articles, and other information relevant to teaching music with primary sources and music librarianship.

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