The Importance of Globally Curated Music Information for Music Programs

Library Resources | February 02, 2017

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Learn more about available music literature and the sources available to help you support your music programs. EBSCO and Library Journal brought together some experts for a webinar about globally curated music information.

EBSCO is proud to work with experts who are very active in the field of music. In concert with Library Journal, EBSCO hosted a Webcast Event on January 26, 2017, during which a panel of experts shared information about the relevance and importance of curated music literature that is thoughtful, current, comprehensive and global in scope:

  • Moderator: Steve Kemple, Music Reference Librarian, Popular Library Department Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County
  • H. Robert Cohen, Founder & Director of Retrospective Index to Music Periodicals (RIPM)
  • Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie, Editor-in-Chief, Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale (RILM)
  • Ryan Bernier, Vice President of Database Partnerships, EBSCO Information Services

For a detailed look into this topic, view the webinar, “The Importance of Globally Curated Music Information for Music Programs.” For more information about EBSCO’s suite of music products, visit our website

View the Webinar

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