1. Browse and explore titles of articles and chapters, and corresponding authors in The International Journal of Community Music and the Oxford Handbook of Community Music, where generally speaking, the most active researchers in the field of Community Music are published.

The field of Community Music is growing rapidly. As such, there are a number of prolific writers and researchers who have dedicated much of their time to exploring and carving new knowledge pathways in this area. Become “the expert” on one community music author of your choosing. To do this, you will: 2. Choose an author whose work appeals to you (e.g.: if you are interested in exploring participatory music making, then look for titles and authors who are writing about this topic) and who is a prolific researcher in the field of Community Music (I.e.: they have contributed a minimum of 10 articles/chapters/books/etc related specifically to community music).3. Learn as much about the professional/academic life and career of your chosen author (e.g. where are they from? where/what did they study? where have/do they work? what is their professional title? what are their major accomplishments? what do they write about? who have they collaborated with? etc.) and write up a short overview of your findings. Use citations where necessary and include a bibliography and/or reference list at the end of your paper.4. Generate a complete bibliography (this should be separate from the bibliography mentioned above) of your chosen author’s collective works related specifically to community music. You should notice that while your author will have been published in one or more of the resources listed under #1, they will also have been published in a number of other journals, books and/or edited volumes.5. From the bibliography noted in point #4 (above), choose five (5) articles/chapters/books/etc and write an annotated bibliography for each. These should be no longer than one page each as per the annotated bibliography guidelines provided under project resources (below).6. Return to your short overview in #3 and add an additional section that outlines/summarizes the general themes and/or focus of the author’s research portfolio and output to date that you discovered as you explored their work.
Report Checklist and Order:1. Project cover page (title, name, student number, date)2. 12-point font; Times New Roman font; double spaced3. 2-3 page author overview (#3 and #6);4. 1-2 page bibliography of author’s collective work (#4); 5. Five (5) additional pages, one for each annotated bibliography that corresponds with 5 articles/chapters/books you chose and read (#5).6. Bibliography and/or reference list that matches citations from your overview section Project ResourcesInternational Journal of Community Music https://search.library.utoronto.ca/details?10489040Oxford Handbook of Community Musichttps://search.library.utoronto.ca/details?11623530Annotated Bibliographies https://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/cite-write/citation-style-guides/annotated-bibliographyhttp://advice.writing.utoronto.ca/types-of-writing/annotated-bibliography/

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