UNT online resources

Coro by iCadenza
Coro is a music entrepreneurship educational platform providing online video micro-courses, weekly coaching labs, and access to a Facebook community. We will be using this resource extensively in this class. UNT students have on-campus access to this platform by going to coro.icadenza.com

To access Coro off-campus, students need to sign up for Coro by iCadenza:
https://coro.icadenza.com/unt-registration/

Guidestar
Guidestar provides information on the programs and finances of charities and nonprofits, news on philanthropy, and resources for donors and volunteers. Users can search by name, keyword, location, nonprofit type, or income range.

You can access the ongoing trial through March 9th by clicking below:

http://iii.library.unt.edu/record=e1001347~S12

Music Business Association

UNT College of Music is now an academic partner with the Music Business Association.

All UNT students and faculty can take advantage of this partnership by signing up via the form below:

https://musicbiz.wufoo.com/forms/q1e6tiw81lbq2iz/

After signing up, you will be kept in the loop regarding future scholarship opportunities as well as the below member opportunities. Please note that the deadline for scholarship applications is March 8th so the sooner you sign up the better! Over $30k in scholarships have been awarded to students from academic partner schools in 2017.

Events
Music Biz: Music Biz is our annual event where we bring together the content and commerce communities to set agendas to reach collaborative, meaningful and actionable solutions that will create the music landscape of tomorrow. Registration for Music Biz 2018 is now open! The event will take place Monday, May 14, through Thursday, May 17, at the Omni Nashville Hotel. With more than 2,000 attendees from all walks of the industry, 100+ educational sessions and a myriad of opportunities for meeting and networking. We will again be hosting another “career day” for students. We offer pre-scheduled speed-dating like interviews for students with HR representatives from companies in the music industry like Sony, WEA, Universal, CAA among others. We know of at least 6 students who have landed full-time positions as a direct result of these interviews. The preliminary schedule can be viewed here.

Webinars: Webinars are Music Biz's way of helping members stay on top of changing technology, introducing them to new players in the marketplace, and providing them with research and analysis that helps them to make informed decisions about their businesses. Our virtual events are a forum to showcase new products and services, give members important Association updates, and present the newest market and consumer intelligence from our trusted research partners. Register for these complimentary webinars here. Archived events are also available to members by logging into the music biz website.

Law Series: The Entertainment & Technology Law Conference Series was created to merge entertainment law issues with insight on the new technology and media concerns that are at the forefront of the entertainment and technologies industries. Known for debating hot topics and bringing together the most knowledgeable speakers, this is a must-attend event for anyone who wants the opportunity to interact with industry advocates and influencers. Our next event takes place in Nashville in conjunction with the annual convention.

Knowledge
Our whitepapers, infographics and research reports give members access to the important data and metrics needed to make smart decisions. As these are deliverables from our workgroups structure, these resources also allow members to showcase their company or expertise by participating in their creation.

Music Entrepreneurship Carrel (458) on reserve in the music library
https://iii.library.unt.edu/search/p?SEARCH=claure
This link refers you to the music entrepreneurship carrel available in the music library. It contains a variety of books and resources related to career development and music entrepreneurship

Eastmann Case Studies
Available online through our music library. You need to login to access the studies using your EUID.
https://digital.library.unt.edu/search/?fq=str_title_serial:%22The%20Eastman%20case%20studies%22