My Library Account
Access your Library account to see what you have checked out or renew your OhioLINK items. When creating your Library account, be sure to ask at the Circulation Desk for your Library account number.
CIM students/faculty/staff are considered guests of Case Libraries, so your Case ID/password will not work when logging on. You will need to create a pin the first time you log in. Your pin should consist of a letter/number combination and be 6 digits in length. To log in, click here: My Library Account.
Need help searching the catalog or verifying if those Chicago/Turabian-style citations are formatted correctly? Stop by the Circulation desk for help with these questions or more. Or request a lengthier research consultation meeting so we can come prepared to assist you with your research. We're happy to help!
To request a consultation with a librarian, please fill out our Ask A Librarian Form.
Check out these additional resources:
- Purdue OWL: Chicago Manual of Style: 16th edition
- Turabian Citation Guide: 8th edition
- Avoiding Plagiarism (Purdue)
- CWRU Writing Resource Center. You may also choose to take advantage of Case's Writing Resource Center. Staff are available to personally assist with any question or project you have.
Request an instruction session: Librarian Denise Green is available to develop and teach classes about specific resources in music. Instruction sessions can be custom designed to address key library resources and skills for a class assignment. Contact Denise to schedule a library session for your class.
Setting up required listening playlists: Faculty can set up online class playlists in Naxos Music Library and Classical Music Library, two of the library's online subscription resources. Please contact Denise Green to set up a username and password for class playlists.
The library serves as an access point to the Archives of the Cleveland Institute of Music. The collection includes scrapbooks, photographs, programs & institutional archives as retained by CIM. Special collections include materials donated by Arthur Loesser, Beryl Rubinstein, and others. This collection is currently located in an offsite storage facility - please fill out the Offsite Storage Request Form.