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Resources and tutorials for arts management research.

How To Use This Guide

This guide contains resources and tutorials for arts management research. If you’re starting your research, read Need to Develop Your Topic? below. The remaining boxes on this page and tabs at the top will help you continue your research.

Need help formatting your citations and organizing your research? Select the RefWorks tab.

Feeling lost? Select the Research Process tab for a tutorial covering all steps of the research process.

If you have questions, see the How do I...? tab or use the Librarian Contact on the bottom left.

Need to Develop Your Topic?

To develop your topic, ask yourself:

  • What do I already know?
  • What do I need to know?

As you consider these questions, read reference sources for general, background information about your topic. The information you find will help you determine what you need to know and what search terms to use.

Librarian Contact

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Library Catalog

The library catalog allows you to search many, but not all, resources at the same time. Use filters on the left to narrow results by format, date, and more.

Library Catalog


Articles (Databases)

Articles (Periodicals)

Highly-cited Journals:

These journals have high CiteScores in Scopus, which is one resource that measures how often authors cite journals.

Additional Periodicals:

Career Resources



DVDs: Search the catalog and limit format to DVD video. DVDs are located on the first floor to the left of the stairs.