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Synchronous learner support for music sequencing software

By Andy Brader

Abstract

In the field of music technology there is a distinct focus on networking between spatially disparate locales to improve teaching and learning through real-time communication. This article proposes a new delivery model for learner support based on a review of technical and learning services, pilot research using remote desktops to teach music-sequencing software, and recent education research regarding professional development. A 24/7 delivery model using remote desktops, mobile devices and shared calendars offers a flexible real-time addition to the learner support services already on offer. Treating every user of the service as a potential expert, the model aims to deliver universal support situated in a personalized context, which will serve the technical and education requirements of teachers and learners

Topics: 130306 Educational Technology and Computing, 190406 Music Composition, Remote Desktops, Shared Screens, Music Sequencing, Music technology, Learner Support, Synchronous, On-line education
Publisher: Intellect Ltd.
Year: 2009
DOI identifier: 10.1386/jmte.2.2-3.159_1
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:28932

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