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Title:It's Awful / I Can't Live Without it: Music Librarians, Faculty Members & YouTube
Author(s):Dougan, Kirstin
Subject(s):libraries
music
media
Sound recordings
Video
faculty
teaching
Abstract:YouTube’s accessibility, ease of use, and depth of content are strong lures for music students. But do music teaching faculty and librarians encourage this and do they use it in their own research, teaching, and work? This study surveyed over 9,000 music faculty and over 300 music librarians in the United States. It discovered that faculty rank and area of specialty are at times significant factors in their use of this tool, but not always in expected ways. It also found that faculty and librarians do not entirely share perspectives of YouTube’s usefulness in scholarship and teaching.
Issue Date:2012-10
Citation Info:Dougan, Kirstin. It’s Awful / I Can’t Live Without it: Music Librarians, Faculty Members & YouTube. Presented at IAML 2012 Montreal (as YouTube, Faculty, and Librarians) and MWMLA 2012 Naperville, IL. [A paper based on this study has been submitted for publication and is under review.]
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Type:Other
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/35662
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2013-01-14


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