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Music Online: Smithsonian Global Sound for Libraries


Music Online: Smithsonian Global Sound for Libraries provides coverage in breadth and depth for world music, and is essential for music history, music appreciation, world music courses and ethnomusicology.

Smithsonian Global Sound resides on the Alexander Street Multimedia Platform, search.alexanderstreet.com. For more information, see the Alexander Street Multimedia LibGuide.

This collection is also available as part of Music Online: Listening and Music and Dance Online.


Sharing Content on Music Online: Smithsonian Global Sound for Libraries

 

Visit the Alexander Street Multimedia Platform Guide for more information on how to search, share, create clips, or use LTI in a learning management system (LMS). 


This video and PDF show you how to create an audio clip, add tracks to a playlist, hide the metadata for the playlist so it can be used for exams, and share the playlist with students. Duration: 4 minutes, 15 seconds