If you can't find the information you need in the library of Codarts, you can extend your search to other libraries.
Dutch libraries that are definitely valuable during your study, are:
The library holds a growing collection PRINTED BOOKS on circus arts: essays, biographies, books on circus history, methodology etc. All these titles may be borrowed.
Check THIS LIST for circus journals the library subscribed to. Unfortunately these journal are not full text available online. You may borrow journals for one week (except for the current issue, this one you can not take out).
JSTOR Arts & Sciences III
As a student or employee of Codarts, you have access to the JSTOR archive Arts & Sciences III which includes over 150 journals on dance, music, performing arts, art, architecture, film studies, languages, literature, folklore and religion.
JSTOR Arts & Sciences III doesn't hold specific journals on circus but if you search on subject you might discover that there are useful articles in other journals.
Furthermore JSTOR is very worthwhile if you look for sources in the field of performing arts in general or one of the subjects mentioned above.
is a freely accessible magazine and website that promotes, records and thinks about contemporary circus.
Medical Problems of Performing Artists
is the a clinical medical journal devoted to the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of medical and psychological disorders related to the performing arts.
There is a small collection of circus DVDs available in the library, containing performances, documentaries, circus movies and circus methodology. You can take them out for one week.
COLLECTIONS, BIBLIOGRAPHIES & MUSEA
Fedec (European Federation of Professional Circus Schools) is a European and international network of 58 members – 44 secondary, vocational and higher education circus schools and training programmes, and 14 organisations involved in information, research and circus arts advocacy, located in 24 countries in Europe and beyond. The FEDEC is committed to supporting the development and evolution of training, teaching and creation in the field of circus arts.
ONLINE CIRCUS VIDEOS
When you have to write a paper or thesis during your study, it's of course very handy to have an example from former students.
The second year papers for circus history can be read ONLINE through our catalogue. In the description of the paper, you can open a PDF file by clicking the link DIGITAL PAPER.
Fourth year theses from circus students are only available in PRINT and can be borrowed.
Various citation styles exist, and many fields of study have a specific preference. The two styles used at Codarts are APA style and Chicago style. Check with your study program or your teacher/research coach which style you should use for crediting the sources used in your paper or thesis.
Consult the BOOKS we have in the library or ONLINE SOURCES like:
CITATIONS IN WORD
In Word, you can easily add citations when writing a document where you need to cite your sources, such as a research paper. Citations can be added in various formats, including APA and Chicago style (see above). Afterwards, you can create a bibliography of the sources you used to write your paper.
CITATION TOOLS IN ONLINE SOURCES
Most of the databases and e-journals the library subscribed to, offer a tool to generate and export citations.