Annual Conference Materials: Jazz & Popular Music

View or download Powerpoint slides, PDF files, handouts, video, and other materials from past annual conference presentations.

 

 

The Beatles 16 Ways: Instruction Activities on Score Editions (Orlando 2017: Marci Cohen)
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From Nasal Spray to Grammy Awards: The Leonard Bernstein Collection at Indiana University (Orlando 2017: Lisa Wollenberg, Phil Ponella, Charley Roush)
POSTER | HANDOUT

More than a Melody : Providing graphical subject access to sheet music (Orlando 2017: Garth Tardy)
PPT

Seeing the Trends: Data Visualization and Developing a Local Music Collection (Orlando 2017: Stephanie Lewin-Lane, Mary Manning)
PPT | TEXT

CMC Town Hall (Cincinnati 2016: Beth Iseminger, Casey Mullin, Kathy Glennan, Kevin Kishimoto, Tracey Snyder, James Soe Nyun, Linda Blair)
PPT | VIDEO

Tell Me Something Good: Oral History Best Practices for Music Librarians (Cincinnati 2016: Anne Rhodes, Andy Leach, Krista White)
VIDEO
 

American Vernacular Music Manuscripts, ca. 1730-1910: Collections from the Center for Popular Music and the American Antiquarian Society (Denver 2015: Grover Baker, Drew Beisswenger)

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Experimental Music at the Library (Denver 2015: Steve Kemple)

PPT | PDF | VIDEO

 

Five Points of Pride: Jazz in Denver (Denver 2015: Stephanie Lewin-Lane, David Tenenholtz)

PPT | LINK

 

Highlights of Colorado Music and Colorado Collections (Denver 2015: Thomas Riis, Laurie Sampsel, Petra Meyer-Frazier)

VIDEO

 

No Server? No Money? No Problem! Hosting Digital Collections with Ebrary's DASH! (Denver 2015: Kristina Shanton)

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Sound Quality 2: Digital Boogaloo (Denver 2015: Andrew Justice)
PDF | VIDEO

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