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Resources for Music Librarians and Music Faculty

Please use the following resources at our site to integrate the A-R Online Music Anthology into your program.

Main URL: https://www.armusicanthology.com/Anthology/    
  This is the homepage for the A-R Online Anthology. Faculty may want to bookmark it.

For a free trial, contact James Zychowicz with the IP information you would like to use. You can also contact him regarding for a site license to the A-R Online Music Anthology.

Instructor Registration: https://www.armusicanthology.com/Anthology/SubscribeInstructor.asp    
  Free registration for instructors. Please know that instructors must register to be able to build courses, even when an institution has a site license.

Advanced Search: https://www.armusicanthology.com/Anthology/AdvancedSearchMA.aspx    
  Use the advanced search to find information by a single parameter (like a genre) or multiple parameters (like a genre and a style period).

Pre-Set Courses: https://www.armusicanthology.com/Anthology/PresetCourses.aspx    
  Registered instructors will find the pre-set course packs in their courses when they log into the site.    
Instructional Videos: Please consult our list of videos:
The videos currently cover the following topics:
An Introduction to the Online Anthology
New: Online Music History Text
How to Register as an Instructor
Search Strategies
How to Use Pre-Set Courses
How to Build Course Lists (Coursepacks)
How to Invite Students to Your Courses

Online Textbook: https://www.armusicanthology.com/Anthology/HistoryResource.aspx    
  As of Fall 2016 the online textbook contains the six survey articles that form the core textbook we offer (50,000+words/ca. 250 pages if printed). Additional articles are planned release in Fall 2017 in the following areas:
Genres and Forms (6 articles)
Music Theory Overview (6 articles)
Major Composers (25 articles)
Significant Works (25 articles)

Commentaries (610 items)
Commentaries for the 130 works included in the pre-set courses are planned for Fall 2017, with the remainder to follow in Summer 2018.

White Papers: Our white papers explore the benefits of online publishing:
Managing the transition from print to digital
Strategies for collaborating on revising articles for the Internet

VPAT: Institutional licensees and potential licensees are welcome to download our VPAT document:
Anthology VPAT

More Information: Feel free to download and share the following PDFs:

Questions/Contact: James L. Zychowicz