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For history and theory research papers, Chicago style is commonly used. For music education research papers, Turabian style is used.

Cite Source shows you how to cite multimedia sources, such as YouTube videos, in Chicago style.


Check our LibGuide on Chicago and Turabian citation styles. Also check out a quick guide on Citing Music Sources in Your Essay and Bibliography.


Sheri Stormes is the  emeritus Fine Arts & Music Librarian, who retired as of May 31, 2020

That position is vacant for the fall 2020-spring 2021 term, with responsibilities shared between:

Sally Neal and Josh Petrusa (music - Instruction & Research support:  Sally Neal; Collections support:  Josh Petrusa)

Brittany Heer (dance)

                Sally Neal (theater + arts administration)

                Evan Miller & Olivia MacIsaac (art +design)

For cataloguing issues,  ask Lisa Bennett and Janice Gustaferro.  Consult the various performing arts LibGuides for resource guidance.