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Music Education: Home

Welcome!

Welcome to Reed Library's research guide for music education!

The purpose of this guide is to increase access to music education-specific resources for graduate and undergraduate research.

Future music teachers serve as both student and instructor in a small-group practice in Mason Hall.
Students learn music education classroom techniques in Jill Reese's MUED 301 (General Music in Elementary School) class.
a school of music student participates in a remote class

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Learning Objectives

This guide will...

  • Help you locate and use Reed Library's resources
  • Provide information about using resources from other libraries
  • Learn about the research process
  • Provide direct links to many popular library tools

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