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There are times when using OBIS, our online catalog, that Library of Congress Subject Headings are either too specific enough or they are too broad. In those cases, it can be very valuable to use Google Books to locate the material you need. This video will show you how to use this resource efficiently.
Citing Liner Notes in APA
Rage Against The Machine. (1996). Evil Empire [Album]. Epic Records.
Check out the APA's guidance on citing music sources, and their guidance on citing individual tracks. This is great for citing lyrics from CD liner notes, or even commentary that is sometimes included in CD booklets.
Citing Music Videos in APA
Check out the APA guide on citing YouTube videos and channels.