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About this Guide
WELCOME TO YOUR PORTAL TO DANCE RESOURCES AND RESEARCH ASSISTANCE!
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Databases: Explore a rich variety of performing arts databases that connect you to online journal and magazine articles and more.
Internet Guides: Connect to helpful Internet Websites, including citation help.
Reference Guides: Find reference books in the library or available online.
New Materials: Take a look at new books and media.
Course Guides: Find guides to your library instruction session with Scott.
Remember: If you need assistance, contact Scott for an individual research consultation.
About the Librarian
The Performing Arts Librarian, Scott Stone, began working in Leatherby Libraries in June 2009. With a Master's in Library Science and a Master's in Music Performance (both from the University of North Texas) and dual Bachelor's of Music in Performance and Music Theory from the University of Georgia (GO DAWGS!!), Scott has immediately fit in with both the Leatherby Libraries and College of Performing Arts at Chapman University. Even though Scott is a euphonium player by training, he is working hard to better understand the nuances of Theatre and Dance by taking classes in both disciplines here at Chapman. Stay on the lookout and you might be lucky enough to have him in one of your classes.
If you ever need any research help or would like to suggest some additions to the Library's collection, please don't hesitate to contact Scott with the information found on the right of this page. Until then, Happy Researching!