The G. R. Little Music Library continues to serve as a satellite location of the G. R. Little Library since April 2013 when it was first opened in the Mickey L. Burnim Fine Arts Center, second floor, room 234.
Academic Year 2021-2022 Music Library Hours
Monday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed 12:00-1 pm)
Tuesday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed 12:00-1 pm)
Wednesday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed 12:00-1 pm)
Thursday - 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Friday - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (closed 12:00-1 pm)
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Hours are subject to change.
For assistance outside of these hours OR to schedule a virtual library research consultation, please email the music librarian.
Nurhak Tuncer, MA, MLIS
Music Librarian & Cataloger
Liaison Librarian to Arts & Natural Sciences
ECSU NC DOCKS Coordinator
Phone: 252.335.3632 E-mail: email@example.com
The music library's capacity is up to twelve people, and it is ideal for small class sizes. However, due to COVID-19 regulations, this number is reduced to one or two students at a time under the ECSU social distancing guidelines.
Services & Resources at the Music Library:
- Six Computers & Printer
- Course Reserves
- Books (Music Reference/Research, Literature on music history and criticism, Music theory
Some Music Periodicals in Print (Downbeat, Billboard, American Music Teacher, etc.)
- Music Scores (solo instruments and chamber music, vocal music, full scores, etc.)
- CDs, DVDs, and LPs
- Research Assistance (one-on-one consultation with librarian)
Printing is free of charge for library users for a limited number of copies. Almost half of the music collection is located at the main library, and resources found in the Music Library include a representative core collection of music scores, the literature on music subjects (biographies, histories, etc.), CDs, DVDs, and print music magazines and journals.
Who can use the music library?
Although the music library mainly targets to supplement/support the university's music program, the music library is open for all of the ECSU students who need to use resources in house and interested in exploring music-related resources. The community users are also welcome to use the music library.
Virtual Music Library Platform:
Your Music Librarian is available virtually via Microsoft Teams and Zoom. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a virtual meeting.
Please stay tuned for virtual music library events!
Also, under this Virtual Library Platform, you can find virtual music library exhibits, information about resources, virtual library tours, and recorded library instruction educational videos from your librarian.
What to expect from your music librarian?
Your music librarian is your secret weapon, and she will become your best buddy when you are delving into academic resources and working on your papers and projects.
She is here to help you:
- Start your research by helping you create a search strategy.
- Select credible information sources.
- Find information through the library catalog, library databases, and even open-access search engines.
- Help you evaluate the information you have found to ensure it’s “good” information.
- Avoid plagiarism and cite your sources.
Team up with your librarian today and schedule a library reference consultation in person or virtually by emailing her.