If only everything were on Google

We all dream of sitting at our laptop watching our favorite DVD and skimming the Internet preparing for our latest paper. But sometimes our favorite search engine just doesn’t find that analysis of Prokofiev’s violin sonata. So we may search RILM Abstract of Music or Music Index to find some articles in “real” journals. Do we have to get out of our comfy abode and come to the library to access these articles? Perhaps not.

An increasing amount of journals are now available on the Internet. Most exist within databases the Case Libraries subscribe to. Just what is out there? Case Libraries provides the E-journal portal which lists full-text journals by title and by subject that are online. So before you get out of that chair, check out the E-journal portal.

(Note: You will need to download Case’s VPN Client to access these resources).


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