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This is a guide for conducting music research

Start "Search Everything"

You can begin by using Search Everything (library.ryerson.ca)  to access the majority of the Library’s resources (online and print) with a single search from:

·        Library’s catalogue for books, magazines, journals, newspapers, videos, etc. 

·        full-text content from Ryerson’s authors in the Digital Commons Institutional Repository

·        millions of full-text articles.

Refine your search results by Scholarly & Peer-ReviewContent Type, Publication Date, etc. 

Subject databases for focused search

Want to use Google Scholar?

Google Scholar can be an easy way to search for articles, including Ryerson’s databases. When searching at home, follow these instructions to enable access.

*You can only enable Google Scholar to access Ryerson databases and articles and you will be asked to log in using your Ryerson ID.

1. Click on Settings (Top Right Corner)

2. Next click on “Library Links” (On the Left-hand Side)

 

3. Type in Ryerson University and Check it off.

(Now you have access but you will be asked to log-in with your Ryerson ID)