Stuck on Where to Look?
Use one of these databases to help you find the sources you need.
Each of the Databases below can lead you to new sources or existing research on your topic of choice. Remember in your searches to start broadly on the topic, and then work your way into more detailed searches as you come across more relevant sources.
If you are looking for books on Music Education at any of our Marshall Libraries, here is a brief overview of the call number sections that may be helpful in your search. The Drinko, Morrow, and Charleston Library Stacks are organized through the Library of Congress cataloguing system which assigns Music subject books under the designation "M." For Music Education a good place to start is under the "MT" designation.
Subject Headings are great ways to search for a particular type of topic that you are looking for in your research. Subject Headings are standardized under the Library of Congress classification, so locating a particular subject heading can be searched in not only our Marshall Libraries but in libraries across the U.S. Use one of the following Subject Headings to help you narrow down your search.