Indexes hundreds of music journals and magazines from many different countries, and provides full text of many articles. The database covers the years from 1970 to the present, but it originated as a print publication in 1949. It has always included all kinds of music, and it is particularly important for music education research. Print issues not included in the database (1949-1969) are available on the music reference shelves.
RILM Abstracts of Music Literature
A vast international bibliography of scholarly writings on music and related disciplines. It began as a print publication in 1967, providing citations and abstracts of articles. The database now has full text of over 300,000 articles. Although its former focus was historical musicology, it now includes fields such as music education.
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY ARTICLE DATABASES:
Full text of journal articles from a large number of disciplines, including music. Its specialty is providing all of the back issues of important journals. Therefore, it may not have the most recent articles.
ERIC premier national bibliographic database of education literature, consisting of two files: Resources in Education, covering the document literature, and Current Index to Journals in Education, covering published journal literature from over 775 periodicals
UNT RECEIVES ERIC FROM SEVERAL DIFFERENT PROVIDERS, BUT THE DATABASE IS THE SAME; TRY ALL OF THE INTERFACES AND SEE WHICH ONE YOU PREFER. ALSO, IF ONE IS DOWN, OTHERS MAY BE WORKING:
ERIC (FirstSearch interface)
ERIC (EBSCOhost interface)
ERIC (ProQuest interface)
Academic Search Complete
Database providing full-text journal coverage for thousands of journals in diverse academic disciplines, including social sciences, humanities, education, computer sciences, engineering, language and linguistics, arts & literature, medical sciences, and ethnic studies. It is useful for inter-disciplinary research.
Google Scholar cites many important scholarly articles and other works, but does not always provide full text. In such cases, use Google's information to search our subscription databases to see if we have full text.
Google Books provides full text of many public domain books and helpful previews of many others. In some cases, however, it provides only citations. If a whole book is not accessible, search the library's online catalog to see if we have the book.