[Student Services]
Research Help
Reference librarians are available to give a tour of the library, teach catalog search techniques, and assist with research questions Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., as well as Monday through Wednesday evenings. Please don't hesitate to come by the reference desk in the library Reading Room, or contact us via IM, phone or email (see the Ask A Librarian page for more information).

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Online Resources
The library makes available several online resources, which can be accessed on and off campus via the library website at library.berklee.edu. You need your student wireless PIN to log in.

Online periodical databases include Academic Search Premier, Academic OneFile, Rock's Backpages, International Index of Music Periodicals, The Music Index and FirstSearch. These can be accessed through the Search Articles & More webpage.

The library also provides access to audio streaming databases, including: African American Song, Classical Music Library, Naxos Music Library, Smithsonian Global Sound and Naxos Jazz Library. These can be accessed through the Streaming Audio page.

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Interlibrary Loan & Holds
Berklee students can use Interlibrary Loan to check out books, scores and articles that the library does not own (or all copies are missing/lost), but are held by another participating libraries in the United States, by filling out the InterLibrary Loan Form .

Students may also put an item on hold through the library website by clicking on the "My Account" tab. Holds can only be placed on items that circulate for more than two weeks, and all copies must be currently checked out or otherwise unavailable.

If you need any assistance with these services, please ask a staff member at the reference desk.

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