The Petrucci Music Library or International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP) is has over 214,000 scores and is the largest repository of digitized sheet music available online. The scores are downloaded as PDF files and are optimized for printing. Virtually every work in the standard repertoire is archived and presented in multiple editions, arrangements, and versions. Whether you want the two-piano transcription of a Brahms symphony or the original orchestral version, IMSLP is likely to have it. A modest number of contemporary compositions contributed to the public domain can also be found here. Note: this site adheres to Canadian copyright, which is generally shorter in length than U.S. copyright.
The Music Research Guide, a portal to music resources available through the library and on the web. It is a general music guide that may help you discover more resources that are available through the library and online.
The Finale Learning Center has information regarding product features, user manuals, common “how-to” instructions, helpful videos, and interactive tutorials. It is available so students can learn in the way they prefer.