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MUS 306: Technology for Music Educators

A starting place for music educators to begin their research

Finding books

Scores and music-related books are classified in the Library of Congress system under M, and are shelved on the 5th floor. Here are the subject breakdowns:

Fifth floor

M 1-5000 -Scores

M 3-3.3 - Specifically is collected works of individual composers

ML - Literature on Music

MT - Instruction and Study



First floor

New Books- All new books are shelved across from the circulation desk.

CD Collection- A small collection of cds is behind the circulation desk, available for checkout.




Students, Faculty, Staff, and Campus Affiliates

Search the catalog. If an item is available as an eBook, you can get a copy by clicking "Download This eBook." You may need to login to complete the download.

In some cases, you may only be able to download a couple of chapters, not the entire book. Or, you may only be able to view the book online and not download it at all. It depends on the company that licenses the book to the library. 

If you are not a member of the campus community

While we would like to make eBooks available to everyone, our licensing agreements do not allow it. Some eBooks may be viewable only when you are physically in the library, but in most cases, off-campus access is not available. 

Interlibrary Loan
Request books, print and electronic articles, and more from libraries across the nation and throughout the world.

Request items via WorldCat, a global catalog containing books, video recordings, serials, and online materials from thousands of libraries worldwide.

Prospector Regional Catalog contains 20 million+ items from libraries in and around Colorado. Materials can be requested and delivered to CSU-Pueblo library.