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MUS 221: History of Western Music (Annandale)

This guide supports students in MUS 221 hosted by the Annandale campus. For questions, see Crystal Boyce,

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About NOVA Libraries

About This Guide

This guide links to resources that introduce how to use some of the tools NOVA Libraries provide.


About NOVA Libraries

Just as each NOVA campus has unique programs, faculty, and courses, each campus also as its own Library. All NOVA Libraries have librarians and staff prepared to meet the unique needs of students on their campuses. Behind the scenes, NOVA Libraries purchase resources that can be checked out from the Libraries as well as resources that can be used online, 24/7.


Annandale Library

The Annandale campus library is located in Founder's Hall (CFH, previously CG) on the third floor. Come in to the library to use any of our computers (PC and Mac), borrow materials, make use of our study carrels and group study rooms, and so much more. 

Librarians and library staff are available to help you find materials for class.
  • We can help you find books and websites to learn more about a broad topic 
  • We can help you find books and articles that are scholarly and peer-reviewed
  • We can help you find and use tools to create and format citations in various styles
  • We can help you come up with topics for assignments and search strategies to find sources and evidence related to those topics
The library has more than books that you can check out.
  • Charging cables
  • Headphones
  • Video cameras
  • Calculators
  • and so much more