So it's Bridge week, and you're out exercising your creativity? We wish you all the best with your exploits.
Maybe you need library resources for your Bridge Week project? Or you're using the time to catch up on assignments? We're here all week, usual times. And the library is lovely and quiet just now if you need to study.
We thought we'd remind you some of the great resources we offer, and you can use most of them from anywhere with an internet connection!
You want info? The library catalogue has print materials, e-books and journals, CDs and DVDs to borrow and digital audiovisual to stream. Find it all online via the library website.
Remember, Oxford Music Online is the world's best online music encyclopedia - that's a great place to start, and the bibliographies are always useful, too.
You have probably also heard of JSTOR - a huge online database of journal articles. We subscribe to the music package on behalf of our staff and students. Everything except the most recent issues can be found on JSTOR.
Are you an RCS student or colleague needing info about logins for e-resources? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or just drop in and ask us! Or use LibraryChat on thecatalogue homepage.
Tell us what you need to know more about, and we'll do our best to help.
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